Abstract

Endodontic treatment for teeth that exhibit the dental anomaly, dens invaginatus, can be difficult because of the bizarre anatomy and relative inaccessibility of the diseased pulp tissue. Two cases are presented here involving nonsurgical and surgical endodontic treatment. In the first case, a maxillary left lateral incisor associated with a large periapical lesion was treated, and in the second case, a maxillary right canine associated with periapical lesion and incompletely obturated root canal with displaced root end restoration was treated. In both the cases, post operative recall radiograph showed satisfactory periradicular healing.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationClinical Dentistry Research Compendium
PublisherNova Science Publishers Inc
Pages75-85
Number of pages11
ISBN (Print)9781622575749
Publication statusPublished - 01-01-2013

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Endodontics
Tooth
Dental Pulp Cavity
Incisor
Canidae
Anatomy

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  • Medicine(all)

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Ballal, V., Jothi, M. V., Kundabala, M., & Bhat, K. S. (2013). Clinical management of teeth with dens invaginatus and periapical lesion: Report of two cases. In Clinical Dentistry Research Compendium (pp. 75-85). Nova Science Publishers Inc.
Ballal, Vasudev ; Jothi, M. V. ; Kundabala, M. ; Bhat, K. S. / Clinical management of teeth with dens invaginatus and periapical lesion : Report of two cases. Clinical Dentistry Research Compendium. Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2013. pp. 75-85
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Ballal V, Jothi MV, Kundabala M, Bhat KS. Clinical management of teeth with dens invaginatus and periapical lesion: Report of two cases. In Clinical Dentistry Research Compendium. Nova Science Publishers Inc. 2013. p. 75-85