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Figure 1: (a) Preoperative radiograph showing a metallic obstruction (white arrow) in the canal orifice of maxillary right canine with a periapical radiolucency. (b) Radiograph showing gouged pulp chamber of tooth with the metallic obstruction which could not be bypassed. (c) Clinical image of a 22-gauge disposable syringe needle with a sharp beveled tip (white arrow). (d) Clinical image showing the use of syringe needle in tooth to remove dentin and dislodge the obstruction. (e) Radiograph taken to monitor the procedure

Figure 1: (a) Preoperative radiograph showing a metallic obstruction (white arrow) in the canal orifice of maxillary right canine with a periapical radiolucency. (b) Radiograph showing gouged pulp chamber of tooth with the metallic obstruction which could not be bypassed. (c) Clinical image of a 22-gauge disposable syringe needle with a sharp beveled tip (white arrow). (d) Clinical image showing the use of syringe needle in tooth to remove dentin and dislodge the obstruction. (e) Radiograph taken to monitor the procedure