Periodontal Treatment for Perforated Internal Root Resorption - Case Report


Authors : Dr. Sindhura. H; Dr Harsha. R. H; Dr Shilpa. R.H; Dr. Gayatri Gundannavar

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 3 - March

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Internal root resorption is a pathological entity starting within the pulpal tissue in which pulp chamber or root canal, or both expand by resorbing the surrounding dentin. Internal root resorption is a rare entity but when it occurs, it mostly involves the permanent incisors. Clinically the first evidence of the lesion appears on crown portion as an emergence of a pink hued on tooth surface. Most cases of internal root resorption present no early clinical symptoms and it is diagnosed based on routine radiographic examination. Here we present a male patient with internal resorption of a 22 year old treated by a periodontal flap surgery along with a root canal management (RCT)

Keywords : Internal Root Resorption, Gingivectomy, RCT, Flap Surgery

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