Case Studies: Latest
The use of limited cone beam computed tomography in the diagnosis and management of invasive cervical resorption.
By Dr Emanuele Ambu| Posted October 16, 2013
The differential diagnosis between invasive cervical resorption and internal root resorption is often very difficult using conventional radiographs. Two cases are presented that describe the use of CBCT in the diagnosis and treatment planning of ICR.
By Dr Emanuele Ambu| Posted September 6, 2013
The CBCT has become a valuable tool in the presurgical planning of apical surgery, its management and the subsequent follow-ups.
By Dr. Barry H. Korzen| Posted August 16, 2013
Internal resorption is a condition in permanent teeth that may result from trauma, caries, or restorative procedures. The choice of treatment depends on the size of the perforation, its location, and the ability to approach it for repair.
By Dr. Barry H. Korzen| Posted July 9, 2013
This case report is a good example of the importance of the training of general dentists about sports-related traumatic injuries as well as emphasising the importance of the use of mouthguards during contact sports.
By Dr. Valery Baev| Posted June 6, 2013
Calcium hydroxide induced apexification followed by non-surgical endodontics showed clinical and radiographic healing after 20 months.
By Dr. Michael Trudeau| Posted May 13, 2013
Two year recall following retreatment of a lower molar in which the distal root had three canals.
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