Guided Tissue Regeneration Principle with Inserts of PerioGlas in Endodontic Surgery: Two Case Reports

@inproceedings{Lokade2013GuidedTR,
  title={Guided Tissue Regeneration Principle with Inserts of PerioGlas in Endodontic Surgery: Two Case Reports},
  author={Jyoti Lokade and Sattyam Wankhade and Monaj Chandak and Anuja Lanjewar and Ramesh Choudhary},
  year={2013}
}
Most periapical radiolucent lesions associated with infections of the root canal system heal uneventfully after endodontic treatment. However, some cases may require periradicular surgery in order to remove pathologic tissue from the periapical region and simultaneously eliminate any source of infection that could not be removed by orthograde root canal treatment. With an adequate technique, surgery can address these issues, although it may be insufficient in some situations. This report… CONTINUE READING

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