Distances of root apices to adjacent anatomical structures in the anterior maxilla: an analysis using cone beam computed tomography

@article{Ducommun2018DistancesOR,
  title={Distances of root apices to adjacent anatomical structures in the anterior maxilla: an analysis using cone beam computed tomography},
  author={Julien Ducommun and Michael M Bornstein and May Chun Mei Wong and Thomas von Arx},
  journal={Clinical Oral Investigations},
  year={2018},
  volume={23},
  pages={2253-2263}
}
ObjectivesThe aim was to assess the anatomical relationship of anterior maxillary teeth to the nasal floor in patients referred for apical surgery.Materials and methodsCone beam computed tomographic images (CBCT) of 83 patients were analysed retrospectively to quantify the distances between the root apices of maxillary anterior teeth (canine to canine) to the nasal floor or maxillary sinus (whichever was closer). Secondary outcome variables were the distances of the periapical lesion to the… CONTINUE READING
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