Large apical radiolucencies after endodontic treatment are usually advised orthograde retreatment, apical surgery and that too with a guarded prognosis. Microsurgical techniques, the use of ultrasonic and magnification aides, have been in use in the developed countries for the past few decades and have shown significant improvement in long-term success of such cases. MTA is proposed as one of the best materials for sealing root end surfaces. In this report, the healing response of cases of 2 large apical radiolucencies, found separately in the anterior maxilla, which were treated by orthograde as well as retrograde endodontic treatments and guided tissue regeneration techniques.
Publication ( Name of Journal)
JCPSP: J Coll Physicians Surg Pak.
(2016). Bilateral radicular cyst with severe destruction of the buccal cortical plate secondary to endodontic failure. JCPSP: J Coll Physicians Surg Pak., 26(4), 323-325.
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