International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences
2016, Vol. 2 Issue 4, Part B
Regenerative pulp therapy for immature non-vital tooth: A case report
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Amitava Bora, Dr. Deepashree Paul, Dr. Sayani Dutta, Dr. Ritam Kundu, Dr. Shabnam Zahir and Dr. Gautam Kumar Kundu
ABSTRACT:Regenerative Endodontics is a biologically based procedure designed to replace damaged structures such as dentin, root structures and cells of the pulp dentin complex. Regeneration of dental tissue is possible from a variety of pre-existing dental stem cells in a properly disinfected root canal system in presence of suitable growth factors and scaffold medium. Blood clot induced by over-instrumentation within the root canal system act as ideal three dimensional scaffold medium and a rich source of growth factors that favours from stem cell multiplication and differentiation. The present case report presents a case of Regenerative Endodontic Procedure in an eight year old female child with necrosed 11 with radiographic evidence of peri apical radiolucency.
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Dr. Amitava Bora, Dr. Deepashree Paul, Dr. Sayani Dutta, Dr. Ritam Kundu, Dr. Shabnam Zahir and Dr. Gautam Kumar Kundu. Regenerative pulp therapy for immature non-vital tooth: A case report. International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences. 2016; 2(4): 83-86.