This study identifies high-risk groups that are likely to present to hospital-based EDs for the treatment of pulp and periapical diseases. This highlights the need for significant resources to treat such patients in a hospital care setting.
Sixty-six guinea pigs with dental disease were presented to the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria, from 2006 to 2010. Almost all patients had a history of eating difficulties (95 per cent) and underwent clinical and oral examination as well as CT of the head. Findings on extra- and intraoral examination were asymmetric elongation (n=28) and symmetric bridging (n=24) of cheek teeth, obliquely worn incisors (n=17), palpable lower jaw swellings (n=13), exophthalmos (n=10) and incisor macrodontia (n=6). Eighty per cent of guinea pigs with exophthalmos showed ipsilateral periapical disease of the maxillary cheek teeth on CT. Ninety-two per cent of patients with palpable lower jaw swellings showed corresponding dental pathologies on CT. Periapical disease of incisors (n=11) and cheek teeth (n=32) were the most common findings on CT. All abnormally large incisors were found on oral examination and CT, but macrodontia of cheek teeth could only be visualised by CT. Deviation of the lower ...
22/01/09 Introduction to Oral Pathology and Medicine Dr. E. Dimba. Diagnostic Methods for Dentistry 29/01/09 Cariology I- Definition, aetiology, epidemiology. The role of microbes and dental plaque, the role of. Carbohydrates and susceptibility of teeth to dental caries.. Histopathology of enamel, dentine and cementum Dr. D. Awange. 05/02/09 Cariology II-Pulp and periapical disease, normal structure. Pulpal inflammation. Reversible and irreversible pulpitis,. Pulp polyps, acute and periapical disease. Sequelae. Of untreated dental infections Dr. D.Awange. 12/02/09 Periodontal diseases-classification, pathogenesis,. Mechanisms of bone resorption, gingival hyperplasias,. Periodontal abscess, pericoronitis. Dr. K.Wakoli. 19/02/09 Malformations and developmental disturbances of tooth. Formation and development (Odontodysmorphogenesis) Dr. E. Dimba. 29/02/09 Malformations and developmental disturbances of the. Skull and orofacial structures Dr. K. Wakoli. 05/03/09 White lesions and Red-blue lesions ...
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Most periapical diseases are induced as a result of direct or indirect involvement of oral bacteria. The etiologic factors are oral contaminants through the root canal or degenerating pulpal tissues. Therefore, mere surgical removal of the periapical lesions without proper root canal disinfection and obturation will not result in the healing of periapical tissues.. Conventional root canal treatment is aimed primarily at eliminating these bacteria as completely as possible. Treatment options to manage large periapical lesions range from non-surgical root canal treatment and /or apical surgery to extraction.  Current philosophy in the treatment of teeth with large periapical lesions includes non-surgical root canal treatment. When this treatment is not successful in resolving the periradicular pathosis, additional treatment in the form of surgical intervention (curettage and apical resection with retrograde filling) is given.. ...
The principal etiology in pulpal and periapical disease is the presence of bacteria in the root canal system (Happasalo et al. 2003). Anatomically complex root canal systems that contain lateral canal ramifications, isthmuses, cul-de-sacs, and other irregularities can impede the elimination of debris and bacteria from the root canal system (Wu et al. 2006). In addition, bacteria can penetrate into dentinal tubules and persist after the completion of the endodontic therapy resulting in refractory infections years later (Vieira et al. 2012). Irrigation is the only way to impact those areas of the root canal system that cannot be cleaned by mechanical instrumentation (Happasalo et al. 2010).. The effectiveness and biocompatibility of irrigating solutions is dependent on a multiplicity of factors such as microorganism susceptibility, penetration of the solution to the infected site, concentration of the solution being used, and the toxicity to host cells (Mohammadi 2008). Sodium hypochlorite has ...
Background and Objectives: A major objective in endodontic therapy is to disinfect the root canal system prior to obturation. This is because the residual root canal infection can sustain persistent or recurrent periapical disease. Hence, the use of an intracanal medicament between appointments helps in the elimination of bacteria that remain even after cleaning and shaping. The objective of this in vitro study is to compare the antibacterial efficacy of 10% metronidazole gel, 2% chlorhexidine (CHX) gel, and a combination of calcium hydroxide and 2% CHX gel against Enterococcus faecalis (E. faecalis) using a culture technique. Materials and Methods: The study included 40 single-rooted, human permanent teeth, extracted for periodontal or other reasons. Conventional access to the root canals was obtained using access preparation burs in a high speed handpiece. The working length was determined using the Ingles radiographic method and the canals were instrumented using a Step-back technique with ...
Medicine Leukotrienes play an role in inflammation and its sequelae: pain, swelling, bone resorption. their history, structure, synthesis, metabolism, biological effects, inhibitors, antagonists, and their role in pathogenesis of pulpal and periapical disease.
Objective: We previously reported that TLR4 signal, which is triggered by Gram-negative bacteria, mediates infection-induced periapical bone loss. Although TLR2 triggers inflammation in response to Gram-positive bacteria, the role of TLR2 in periapical inflammation is still unclear. In the present study, we determined the functional role of TLR2 signal in polymicrobial infection-induced periapical bone loss using TLR gene deficient (-/-) mice. Method: TLR2-/-, TLR2/TLR4-/-, and C57BL/6 (WT) mice were employed. The dental pulps of the first molars were exposed and infected with a mixture of Prevotella intermedia, Fusobacterium nucleatum, Peptostreptococcus micros, and Streptococcus intermedius. Mice were sacrificed on days 0 (non-infected control) and 21 after pulpal infection. The extent of periapical bone loss was determined using micro computed tomography. Thioglycolate-elicited peritoneal macrophages were isolated from the mice above and stimulated with or without E. coli LPS (1µg/ml) and ...
CONSERVATIVE ENDODONTIC TREATMENT OF PERMANENT TEETH WITH PERIAPICAL LESIONS : CASE REPORTS - Periapical lesion;Conservative pulp treatment;MTA(Mineral Trioxide Aggregate);
Cross-sectional assessment of the periapical status as related to quality of root canal fillings and coronal restorations in a Yemeni population.
As a consequence of pulp exposure to the oral cavity, the root canal system acquires the ability to harbor bacteria and their byproducts. Because of its location, general lack of collateral circulation, and its low compliance (Van Hassel 1971; Heyeraas 1989), the pulp does not have the ability to defend itself against the invading bacteria. Sooner or later the bacterial infection will spread throughout the root canal system and the bacteria and/or bacterial byproducts will diffuse from the root canal into the periradicular tissues with resultant development of a periradicular lesion.. To show the importance of bacteria in pathogenesis of pulp and periradicular diseases, Kakehashi et al. (1966) exposed the dental pulps of conventional and germ-free rats to their oral flora. Pulpal and periapical lesions were developed in conventional rats. In contrast, they were absent in germ-free rats. (Fig. 1.7). Möller and associates (1981) sealed sterile and contaminated dental pulps in the root canals of ...
RESULTS: Out of the 34 patients, four test and one control patient had to be withdrawn from the study due to the inability to obtain primary implant stability. The residual 29 implants revealed a survival rate of 100% 1 year after placement. Clinical and radiographical differences between 12 months and baseline comparing test and control groups showed no statistical significances for any of the parameters assessed. Within test and control groups there was a statistically significant loss of vertical bone height at the adjacent teeth (mesial test=0.4+/-0.6 mm, control=0.4+/-0.5 mm; distal test=0.3+/-0.2 mm, control=0.7+/-0.8 mm) as well as at the implant site (mesial test=1.9+/-1.4 mm, control=1.8+/-1.1 mm; distal test=1.7+/-1.4 mm, control=1.6+/-1.1 mm) and of buccal keratinized mucosa (test=-2.2+/-1.2 mm; control=-1.3+/-1.6 mm) between baseline and 12 months. During the first 13 weeks of healing, two sites of the test and one site of the control group showed signs of infection, which required ...
Médecine Buccale Chirurgie Buccale (MBCB) revue de la SFCO. Elle est consacrée à l étude et au traitement des affections de la cavité buccale, ainsi qu à la formation continue, à la recherche et aux progrès techniques et scientifiques
Alveolar bone remodelling follows tooth extraction and traumatic extraction is associated with additional bone loss. Prior to extraction periodontal disease, periapical pathology and mechanical trauma can also lead to loss of bone. In order to maintain a good alveolar ridge a range for preservation procedures have been investigated. The aim of this review was to [read the full story…]. ...
Smile Gallery: Smile Makeover - The before picture exhibits cavities and failing fillings on 5 upper teeth. Dr. Magid provided cavity removal and cosmetic bonding leaving the patient with a gorgeous smile that she can be proud of.
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Objective: In this in vitro study the antibacterial substantivity of a new sodium hypochlorite-based root canal irrigant (Hypoclean) in bovine root dentin was investigated. Study Design: Ninety dentin tubes prepared from bovine incisor teeth were used. After contamination for 14 days with Enterococcus faecalis, the specimens were divided into five groups as follows: Hypoclean; Tetraclean; 5.25% sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl); infected dentin tubes (positive control); and sterile dentin tubes (negative control). Dentin chips were collected with round burs into tryptic soy broth and after culturing, the number of colony-forming units (CFU) was counted. Results: The number of CFU was minimum in the first cultures in all experimental groups, and the results obtained were significantly different from each other at any time period (P , 0.05). At all five experimental periods, the Tetraclean group showed the most effective antibacterial action (P , 0.05). Regular 5.25% NaOCl group showed the worst result ...
OBJECTIVE: To detect the distribution and expression levels of the nucleotide-binding oligomerization domain-like receptor protein 3 (NLRP3) and the absent in Melanoma 2 (AIM2) inflammasomes in periapical lesions and to analyse the possible microbial stimuli outside of teeth.. DESIGN: The distribution of NLRP3 and AIM2 inflammasomes in sixteen periapical lesions was investigated by immunohistochemistry. Meanwhile, the relative gene expression levels of NLRP3 and AIM2 in sixteen periapical lesions and three health periodontal tissue were quantified by real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Moreover, forty-seven teeth without sinus tracts were obtained in the clinic and included in bacterial analysis using PCR. Then, the mRNA levels of apoptosis-associated speck-like protein (ASC), caspase-1, interleukin-1β (IL-1β), NLRP3 and AIM2 in THP-1-derived macrophages treated with lipopolysaccharides (LPS) of Porphyromonas were also quantified by real-time PCR, and the IL-1β secretion level was ...
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Total elimination of bacteria from infected root canal systems remains the most important objective of endodontic therapy. Biomechanical instrumentation of the root canal system has been suggested to achieve this task. However, because of the complexity of the root canal system, it has been shown that the complete elimination of debris and achievement of a sterile root canal system is still an ongoing challenge. The task of cleaning and disinfecting a root canal system which contains microorganisms gathered in a biofilm is very difficult; certain bacterial species become more virulent when harbored in biofilm, demonstrating stronger pathogenic potential and increased resistance to antimicrobial agents since biofilm has the ability to prevent the entry and action of such agents. The use of lasers in the field of endodontology represents an innovative approach to match these requirements. In general, dental lasers provide greater accessibility of formerly unreachable parts of the tubular network,
Esposito, Marco / Tallarico, Marco / Trullenque-Eriksson, Anna / Gianserra, Rodolfo,br,Page 293 - 308,br,Purpose: To ascertain whether in the presence of a previously endodontically treated tooth with a periapical pathology and/or symptoms and an uncertain prognosis, it is better to endodontically retreat it or to replace the tooth with a single implant-supported crown.,br,Materials and methods: Forty patients requiring the treatment of a previously endodontically treated tooth, with a periapical pathology and/or symptoms of endodontic origin and an uncertain prognosis, as judged by the recruiting investigators, were randomly allocated to endodontic retreatment (endo group; 20 patients) or tooth extraction and replacement with an implant-supported crown (implant group; 20 patients) according to a parallel group design at two different centres. Patients were followed to 1 year after completion of the treatment. Outcome measures were: failure of the procedure, complications, marginal bone level ...
The fusion of permanent teeth is a development anomaly of dental hard tissue. It may require a hard multidisciplinary approach with orthodontics, endodontics, surgery and prosthetics to solve aesthetic and functional problems. A 20-year-old Caucasian man presented to our Department to solve a dental anomaly of his upper central incisors. An oral investigation revealed the fusion of his maxillary central incisors and dyschromia of right central incisor. Vitality pulp tests were negative for lateral upper incisors and left central incisor. Radiographic examinations showed a fused tooth with two separate pulp chambers, two distinct roots and two separate root canals. There were also periapical lesions of central incisors and right lateral incisor, so he underwent endodontic treatment. Six months later, OPT examination revealed persistence of the periapical radiolucency, so endodontic surgery was performed, which included exeresis of the lesion, an apicoectomy and retrograde obturation with a reinforced
The spread of caries in a tooth, if not arrested, will result in infection of the pulpal tissue and eventual pulpal necrosis i.e. the tooth dies off. This necrosed tissue may collect at the around the root of the tooth concerned. Inflammatory process will occur as the body responses to this collection. In essence the body tries to cure and protect oneself from the bad effect of this infection. However, in normal circumstances, the body usually is not able to wall-off the infection. Hence, there would be accumulation of acute inflammatory cells at the tip of a dead tooth. This is termed a periapical abscess by the dentist. Periapical abscess may arise as the initial periapical pathosis or from an acute exacerbation of a chronic periapical inflammatory lesion (phoenix abscess). It has to be reminded that the infection can happen in any part of the root i.e. not necessarily at the tip of the root.. Abscesses usually consists of a sea of polymorphonuclear leukocytes (aka white blood cells) often ...
Aim To investigate the fees charged by Swedish dentists for root fillings, coronal restorations and further dental interventions during a follow-up period of 5-6 years. Methodology A total of 248299 root fillings were linked with the tooth, the patient and the provider and entered into the Swedish Social Insurance Agency register in 2009. The data register also recorded the subsidy-based (scheduled) fee and the fee actually charged for the root fillings. Fees charged for direct or indirect coronal restorations and additional interventions during the follow-up period were also recorded. One-way anova and t-test were used for statistical analysis. Results The mean overall fee charged for a root filling was approximately 332 Euro and differed only marginally (13 Euro) from the scheduled fee. The total mean fee for preservation of a root filled tooth was 717 Euro, which included the root canal treatment, the coronal restoration and any additional interventions during the follow-up period. The fees ...
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This is an example of anterior bonding and how it can be blended into natural teeth.. This patient is an international model that required cosmetic bonding for some fillings on her front teeth. The photos do not depict the before cavities but show the after of fillings that were located between her front teeth. ...
CBCT is a medical imaging procedure consisting of X-ray computed tomography. CBCT allows us to see pathology that was not visible on periapical radiographs.
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Dental traumatic injuries may affect the teeth and alveolar bone directly or indirectly. Pulpal necrosis and chronic and apical periodontitis with cystic changes are the most common sequelae of the dental traumatic injuries, if the teeth are not treated immediately. This case report focuses on the conventional and surgical management of mandibular central incisors. A twenty-four-year-old male patient presented with pain in the mandibular central incisors. Radiographic examination revealed mandibular central incisors with dumbbell shaped periapical lesion. After root canal treatment, parendodontic surgery was performed for mandibular central incisors. After one-year recall examination, the teeth were asymptomatic and periapical lesion had healed.
The periapical cyst (also termed radicular cyst or inflammatory cyst) is the most common odontogenic cyst. Periapical is defined as the tissues surrounding the apex of the root of a tooth and a cyst is a pathological cavity lined by epithelium, having fluid or gaseous content that is not created by the accumulation of pus. Most frequently located in the maxillary anterior region, it is caused by pulpal necrosis secondary to dental caries or trauma. The cyst has lining that is derived from the epithelial cell rests of Malassez which proliferate to form the cyst. Highly common in the oral cavity, the periapical cyst is asymptomatic, but highly significant because a secondary infection can cause pain and damage. In radiographs, it appears a radiolucency (dark area) around the apex of a tooths root. Periapical cysts comprise approximately 75% of the types of cysts found in the oral region. The ratio of individuals diagnosed with periapical cysts is 3:2 male to female, as well as individuals ...
Define silver amalgam. silver amalgam synonyms, silver amalgam pronunciation, silver amalgam translation, English dictionary definition of silver amalgam. n. 1. Any of various alloys of mercury with other metals, especially: a. An alloy of mercury and silver used in dental fillings. b. An alloy of mercury and...
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This page includes the following topics and synonyms: Periapical Abscess, Apical Periodontitis, Apical Abscess, Periapical Periodontitis, Suppurative Periapical Periodontitis.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Results of root canal treatment in dogs. T2 - 127 cases (1995-2000). AU - Kuntsi-Vaattovaara, Helena. AU - Verstraete, Frank J. AU - Kass, Philip H. PY - 2002/3/15. Y1 - 2002/3/15. N2 - Objective - To evaluate results of root canal treatment in dogs. Design - Retrospective study. Sample Population - 127 tooth roots in 64 dogs. Procedure - Radiographs obtained before surgery, immediately after surgery, and during follow-up examinations after surgery were evaluated by 2 individuals. Treatment was considered successful if the periodontal ligament space was normal and possible preoperative root resorption, if present, had ceased. Treatment was considered to show no evidence of failure if possible preoperative root resorption had ceased but a preexisting periapical lesion had remained the same or only decreased in size and not complete resolved. Treatment was considered to have failed if a periapical lesion or root resorption developed subsequent to endodontic treatment, if a ...
Materials and Methods: In our study, patients with periapical lesion were selected irrespective of site, age and sex. After incision, flap elevation was done. Osteotomy was performed using no. 4 carbide bur, to gain access to the apical region. Apicoectomy was performed followed by retrograde filling with three different materials. Nova bone putty was used as a bone graft material at the lesion site. The flaps were then sutured .Preoperative and postoperative CBCT was done to determine the size of radiolucent area or the periapical lesion ...
Tags: Question 3 . Medical Entrance Preparation MCQs # Digestive System and Nutrition MCQs ... *** Dental Caries *** Pulp and Periapical Pathology *** Pulp and Periapical Infections *** … Dental Caries Mcqs for Preparation of Fpsc, Nts, Kppsc, Ppsc, and other test. 30 seconds . MCQ QUESTION BANK 2012 IV BDS - IMPLANTOLOGY BD4J Multiple choice questions 30x1= 30 marks 1. The Cause Of Dental Caries, Or Cavities, Has Been Under Investigation For Decades. saliva. Given below are some statements: A. (a) Dental caries in children (b) Fluorosis (c) Polymyelitis (d) Methemoglobinemia. SURVEY . Which of the following is not a method for water conservation? The three factors necessary for the formation of dental caries are bacteria, fermentable carbohydrates and _____. (a) Rainwater harvesting (b) Groundwater extraction (c) Improving irrigation efficiency (d) Avoiding water wastage. Average DMFT not more than 3 is the WHO oral health goal for the age A. B. As wise people believe Perfect Practice … ...
White fillings have always been considered less long lasting than silver amalgam fillings. But there are now new materials available with properties comparable to silver amalgam, and these are proving to be very successful. The life expectancy of a white filling can depend greatly on where it is in your mouth and how heavily your teeth come together when you bite. Your dentist can advise you on the life expectancy of your fillings. However, any fillings provided on the NHS are automatically guaranteed for one year.. ...
Apical periodontitis is typically the bodys defense response to the threat of microbial invasion from the root canal. Primary among the members of the host defense mechanism is the polymorphonuclear leukocyte, otherwise known as the neutrophil. The task of the neutrophil is to locate and destroy microbes that intrude into the body - anywhere in the body - and they represent the hallmark of acute inflammation. In response to tissue injury, neutrophils leave the circulatory system in great numbers and gather at the site of tissue injury. They are drawn to the site by chemotaxis, following a concentration gradient of chemotactic molecules until they reach the site of greatest concentration: the site of injury and microbial presence. Once there, the antimicrobial action of superoxide and hydrogen peroxide, derived from the metabolic processes of the neutrophils, act to combat the microbial invasion. While primarily mobilized to kill the invading microorganisms, the neutrophils actually cause a ...
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Introduction: The main objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of PRF, DFDBA and combination of both in periapical defects healing.. Materials and Methods: 24 patients, aged between 20 - 40 years, were screened for bilateral periapical lesions of maxillary lesions below 2 cm in dimension in the radiograph and were included in the study. The patients were divided into 3 Groups with 8 in each, group 1: One lesion taken as control, another lesion treated with PRF, group 2: One lesion taken as control, another lesion treated with DFDBA, group 3: One lesion taken as control another lesion treated with combination of DFDBA and PRF. Patients recalled after 3 months and 6 months for clinical and radiographic evaluation followed by Morphometric area analysis (MA).. Results: On comparing percentage in bone formation from baseline to 6 months in Test vs Control showed more percentage change with Group 3 test containing both PRF and DFDBA.. Conclusion: Group III containing combination of PRF and ...
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Once the hole is drilled into the tooth, the general dentist newton,ma will use small files to distinct absent any decay and to actually remove the whole root of the tooth. The dentist may take an additional x-ray to make sure the root is cleared, because if it isnt a lot pain can result. When the tooth is free of decay, the dentist will dry the tooth, and then fill it with get more info a rubber materials called gutta percha which will seal the inside of the tooth. The dentist will both place a temporary filling on the tooth, or may recommend that a crown is place on the tooth. This is because the removal of the nerve stops blood movement to the tooth, which can outcome in the natural tooth becoming brittle ...
Friday: 4 days, 4 visits. I took my place in what I consider my chair now, and readied for the deep cleaning. But they then said I was there for deep cleaning and a filling. What? They never mentioned that before. I guess another change in plans. Cute. I was told it was again, preventative, and that the whole field of dentistry had moved to a doctrine of preemption. Chalk another victory up for the Bush doctrine, I guess. Whatever. What was I going to do? Leave? Argue? So I got more shots. More pain killer, but on the right side this time, not the left. More drilling. More thumb-twiddling. But it really didnt take that long, leaving my words slurred and seeing me exit the office with a gold tooth on the left side, fillings on both sides, and somehow trying to favor both sides of my mouth when I eat, so you can guess there are a few things off of the dinner menu for a few days ...
This recipe was part of a dinner I made when my husbands family came to visit us last weekend. To make this recipe I started by making the Pasta Dough recipe. While the dough rested I made the filling. I stirred together ricotta, eggs, Parmesan, parsley, salt, pepper, and nutmeg. I divided the dough into 6 pieces. With each piece I put it through the pasta roller on the widest setting 8 times. Then I put it through once on a slightly thinner setting, then on an even thinner setting, and so on until I put it through on the thinnest setting. I repeated this process with the other pieces of dough. Then I took one rectangle of dough and dropped mounds of filling on it. I brushed egg wash around the mounds and laid another pasta rectangle on top and pushed it around the mounds to enclose the filling, pressing the air out. Then with a pastry cutter I cut the ravioli into 3 inch squares. To cook the ravioli I put them in a pot of boiling salted water and gently boiled. I served them topped with tomato ...
Author Bio:. Kelly qualified from Guys, Kings and St Thomas in 2003. She is currently working as an associate at Regency Dental, Swanage and has been a member of the IAS Academy since completing here initial training in 2015.. The Case. A 48-year-old female patient was referred to me by a colleague in-house. She was unhappy with the appearance of her rotated upper centrals and misaligned lower incisors as they were difficult to clean and kept getting stained. She had been considering veneers when she saw information on the IAS Inman Aligner in the waiting room.. With very little dental history, no restorations and a regular attender to the dentist and hygienist, the patient was medically fit and well. A thorough orthodontic assessment revealed a Class I occlusion on a Class I skeletal base. There was mild crowding in the upper and lower labial segments, the upper centrals were rotated and the upper canines buccally placed with space distal to these. Periapical radiographs taken of the ...
La cirugía periapical se lleva a cabo ante la presencia de lesiones perirradiculares persistentes o cuando el tratamiento endodóntico ortógrado no es factible. Los procesos que hacen parte de la cirugía endodóntica consisten en realizar raspado de tejido infectado o inflamado, eliminación de un ápice radicular infectado y obturación retrógrada ya sea efectuando de manera aislada cada uno de estos procesos o combinándolos con el fin de evitar la comunicación entre el sistema de conductos radiculares y los tejidos periapicales. ...
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