Hemisection: Last Hope To Save Tooth

Abstract

Advances in dentistry, as well as the increased desire ofpatients to maintain their dentition, have lead to treatmentof teeth that once would have been removed. Hemisection is a removal of compromised root and the associated crown portion. It is one of the treatment options for preserving remaining part of molar having sound periodontium. This procedure represents a form of conservative dentistry, aiming to retain as much of the original tooth structure as possible. The results are predictable and success rates are high. The present case report is a case of Hemisection in endodontic failure of mandibular first molar tooth with the pulp floor perforation with management with Hemisection.

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@inproceedings{Mehetre2015HemisectionLH, title={Hemisection: Last Hope To Save Tooth}, author={Vijay Mehetre and Alkesh Shende and Ekta Meshram}, year={2015} }