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Hi all! This 7 yo canine, Wyatt, has his annual COHAT with me last week and I saw what looks like a retained remnant of 306 which I extracted in Dec 2016. (along with 305). The radiographs are not in the correct order (any tips on how to change the order once they get downloaded would be welcomed). The 1st and 3rd rads are from last week, 2nd is pre-extraction 12/16 and 4th is post extraction 12/16. I was pretty confident that I removed both roots of 306 at that time.

How/why does it look like there is still root there now? Should I be concerned about this being a source of discomfort or further risk for patient? Grossly the gingiva in area is normal. Thanks!

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