A retrospective case series in regenerative endodontics: trend analysis based on clinical evaluation and 2- and 3-dimensional radiology nastaran meschi, mostafa ezeldeen, andres eduardo torres garcia, reinhilde jacobs, paul lambrechts. Case description this case report describes the successful management of a left mandibular first molar with a combined periodontic-endodontic lesion in a 35-year-old caucasian woman with aggressive periodontitis using a concerted approach including endodontic treatment, periodontal therapy, and a periodontal regenerative procedure using an enamel matrix derivate. If this is the case the options are, non-surgical retreatment, surgical endodontic treatment of extraction and/or replacement with a dental implant the aim of this study is to evaluate and compare the clinical and radiographic outcomes of nonsurgical root canal retreatment and endodontic microsurgery.
Outcome of non-surgical root canal treatment ng et al 2 international endodontic journal ª 2011 international endodontic journal these analyses was the date of completion of root canal. Was located during the clinical nonsurgical retreatment (89%) the association of asymmetric obturations and clinically locating addi-tional canal space was statistically significant (chi-square, p 005. Bansal r et al management of periapical cyst review article endodontic management of a periapical cyst- a review ruchika bansal1, irfana khursheed2, tajinder bansal3 1 department of conservative dentistry, 3oral medicine and radiology swami devi dyal hospital and dental college, panchkula, haryana.
Non-surgical management of periapical cystic lesion- a case report gitanjali swain and neelam mittal department of conservative dentistry and endodontics, faculty of dental sciences, institute of medical sciences, banaras hindu university, varanasi, uttar pradesh. Spontaneous apical closure in non-vital immature teeth has been rarely encountered and outcome of non-surgical endodontic treatment of related teeth associated with periapical lesions has not yet been adequately elucidated. The endodontic management of traumatized mandibular central incisors of a 20-year-old patient was described in this case report after dental injury, if immediate and appropriate treatment is provided, then it results in successful endodontic outcome.
The purpose of this case presentation is to describe nonsurgical retreatment of anterior teeth with gemination a 21-year-old male patient was referred for endodontic treatment of his maxillary left lateral incisor. Dr zev lazarus presents a case study demonstrating how proper periodontal-endodontic therapy is able to save teeth that have a guarded prognosis, thus eliminating the need for extraction treatment consists of concomitant cyst enucleation and bone grafting to correct a periodontal defect, along. This newsletter is intended to update clinicians on the current understanding of best practices in the two pillars of nonsurgical endodontics, canal preparation and obturation, and to highlight strategies for decision making in both uncomplicated and more difficult endodontic cases.
Morphology and complex root canal system makes diagnosis and treatment difficultin this case, successful endodontic management was carried out with precise application of hand and rotary techniques. This article describes a case report of 14 year old boy with garre's osteomyelitis of mandible caused by infection of lower left first molar the case was managed by non- surgical endodontic treatment and the healing was achieved. The main aim of any endodontic treatment is to thoroughly debride and disinfect the root canal system followed by the contouring of root canal walls and apical tip, for the purpose of sealing the root canal completely with a condensed, inert filling material failure to acknowledge the presence of. Iatrogenic perforation of the furcation area in multi-rooted molars during preparation of the access cavity can potentially lead to tooth extraction the present case report describes the nonsurgical endodontic management of an extensive pulp chamber floor perforation in a first mandibular molar. Studies of nonsurgical or surgical endodontic retreatment of persistent periapical pathosis and/or clinical symptoms in root-filled teeth among people with periodontally sound teeth were eligible for inclusion.
The persistence of bacteria in the root canals is a challenge for endodontics once the control and elimination of microorganisms are necessary to reach the success of endodontic treatment [14. This article describes a case report of 14 year old boy with garre's osteomyelitis of mandible caused by infection of lower left first molar the case was managed by. Case report a 16-year-old male who presented with accidental furcal perforation, which had occurred during the access preparation for root canal treatment of tooth no 36, was referred immediately to the department of conservative dentistry and endodontics from a private dental clinic.
Relationship of the incidence of c-shaped root canal configurations of mandibular first premolars with distolingual roots in mandibular first molars in a taiwanese population: a cone-beam computed tomographic study. Friedman s considerations and concepts of case selection in the management of post-treatment endodontic disease (treatment failure) endod topics 20021:54-78. Objectives and goals list and describe the factors that influence the prognosis of non surgical endodontic treatment describe a successful non-surgical endodontic case based on clinical signs, symptoms, radiographs, and length of time, post treatment.