Non-Surgical management of internal resorption: A Case Report
Author(s):
DR. SK MAHBOOB RAHAMAN, DR. ANURADHA MUKHERJEE, DR. SOUMIK KABASI
Keywords:
Pulpal inflammation, trauma, internal root resorption, thermoplasticized guttapercha technique.
Abstract
Internal resorption is a relatively a rare phenomenon where resorption begins in the root canal and destroys surrounding dental hard tissues. Management of internal root resorption is a challenge to the dental practitioners. It may usually occur in cases with chronic pulpal inflammation, following caries or due to trauma in the form of an accidental blow. Most cases of internal root resorption are seen in anterior teeth, due to their susceptibility to trauma. However, it may be seen in posterior teeth, most likely because of carious involvement of the pulp. Early diagnosis, removal of the cause, proper treatment of the resorbed root is mandatory for successful treatment outcome. This paper presents a case having resorptive defect which was treated nonsurgically with thermoplasticized gutta-percha obturation technique.
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Unique Paper ID: 158524

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 9

Page(s): 571 - 575
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