USE OF RECENTLY INTRODUCED BIO-MIMETIC MATERIAL IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CLASS IV INVASIVE CERVICAL ROOT RESORPTION: A CASE REPORT
Abstract: External cervical root resorption though uncommon, but can lead to extensive mutilation of dental hard tissue which ultimately results in tooth loss. This case report describes the diagnosis and successful treatment of a 22 year old female patient with trauma induced invasive cervical root resorption in #11. The defect was surgically managed using recently introduced highly biocompatible dentine substitute, BIODENTINE. Clinical and radiographic follow up for 12 month revealed arrest of resorption and good healing of the defect with evident bone formation.
[Neelam Mittal and Reema Malik (2015); USE OF RECENTLY INTRODUCED BIO-MIMETIC MATERIAL IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CLASS IV INVASIVE CERVICAL ROOT RESORPTION: A CASE REPORT Int. J. of Adv. Res. 3 (4). 0] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
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