. Elementary and dental radiography . Fig. 222 Fig. 22.3 Fig. 222. Same as Fig. 219. The abscess cavity filled with bismuth subnitrate paste. Fig. 223. Same as Fig. 219, three and one-half months after the operation. The abscess cavity is entirely filled with new bone. The new bone is as yet not quite as dense as the surrounding bone. or the paste will not have the desired curative effect. Every crevice thatcan be filled should be, I concede. But I am showing you a case now inwhich the sinus was not quite filled, and, as we shall see presently, theresults obtained were ideal. Three days after

. Elementary and dental radiography . Fig. 222 Fig. 22.3 Fig. 222. Same as Fig. 219. The abscess cavity filled with bismuth subnitrate paste. Fig. 223. Same as Fig. 219, three and one-half months after the operation. The abscess cavity is entirely filled with new bone. The new bone is as yet not quite as dense as the surrounding bone. or the paste will not have the desired curative effect. Every crevice thatcan be filled should be, I concede. But I am showing you a case now inwhich the sinus was not quite filled, and, as we shall see presently, theresults obtained were ideal. Three days after Stock Photo
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. Elementary and dental radiography . Fig. 222 Fig. 22.3 Fig. 222. Same as Fig. 219. The abscess cavity filled with bismuth subnitrate paste. Fig. 223. Same as Fig. 219, three and one-half months after the operation. The abscess cavity is entirely filled with new bone. The new bone is as yet not quite as dense as the surrounding bone. or the paste will not have the desired curative effect. Every crevice thatcan be filled should be, I concede. But I am showing you a case now inwhich the sinus was not quite filled, and, as we shall see presently, theresults obtained were ideal. Three days after the operation another in-jection of bismuth paste was made. At this sitting the paste was not in-jected under as much force as the previous injection, for I did not wishto break up and destroy any granulation tissue that had formed along thewalls of the sinus. Another injection under even less pressure than thesecond was made at the end of four days. The patient returned one weekafter the third injection with no symptoms of her forme

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