2019, Vol. 5 Issue 1, Part C
Study of internal root resorption management on permanent teeth
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Ritu Kadyan, Dr. Amit Dahiya and Dr. Tamanna Sharma
ABSTRACT:For Internal root resorption (IRR) to occur, the outermost protective odontoblast layer and the predentin of the canal wall must be damaged, resulting in exposure of the underlying mineralized dentin to odontoclasts. This article discusses about the etiology, the prevalence of IRR, and, in addition to the clinical data, the contribution of the three-dimensional imaging (CBCT) to the diagnosis, the clinical decision, and the therapeutic management of IRR. The author discussed the various therapeutic options including the pathogenesis and histology, clinical and radiographic diagnosis, Conservative Dental Treatments, orthograde or retrograde fillings of the root canal resorption area and surgical treatment of internal root resorption etc.
Pages: 191-194 | 1084 Views 69 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Ritu Kadyan, Dr. Amit Dahiya, Dr. Tamanna Sharma. Study of internal root resorption management on permanent teeth. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2019;5(1):191-194.