Conservative management of progressive external inflammatory root resorption after traumatic tooth intrusion
Dental-oral, Maxillo-facial Surgery
Intrusive luxation is one of the most severe types of dental trauma. The risk of development of inflammatory or replacement root resorption is high if not timely managed. Endodontic intervention is required soon after the occurrence of trauma, in an attempt to prevent or delay inflammatory root resorption. This case report emphasized timely referral for endodontic management of intruded tooth to prevent inflammatory root resorption.
Journal of Conservative Dentistry
(2013). Conservative management of progressive external inflammatory root resorption after traumatic tooth intrusion. Journal of Conservative Dentistry, 16(3), 265-268.
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