2020, Vol. 6 Issue 2, Part C
Non-surgical endodontic management of iatrogenic root perforation with Biodentine: A case report
AUTHOR(S): Neelam Mittal, Praveen Kumar, Vijay Parashar, Tarun Kumar and Sakshi Gupta
ABSTRACT:Iatrogenic perforations are artificially made communication occurs between tooth and periodontal supporting tissues which leads to endodontic treatment failure. Root canal treatment without proper knowledge, experience and clinical skills results in many complications such as missed canals, incomplete debridement and iatrogenic perforations. An iatrogenic perforation occurs about 2-12% of all root canal treated teeth. Successful management of this iatrogenic perforation depends upon early detection of perforations site, size of perforations, immediate repair of the perforations and materials used for sealing the perforations. Long term treatment success depends upon the proper knowledge about the treatment of iatrogenic perforation, host response and experience of the clinician. This case report describes the early detection of perforation site, proper disinfection of perforation and sealing with biocompatible material Biodentine successfully.
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How to cite this article:
Neelam Mittal, Praveen Kumar, Vijay Parashar, Tarun Kumar, Sakshi Gupta. Non-surgical endodontic management of iatrogenic root perforation with Biodentine: A case report. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2020;6(2):177-179.