Surgical management with intentional replantation on a tooth with palato-radicular groove

@inproceedings{ForeroLpez2015SurgicalMW,
  title={Surgical management with intentional replantation on a tooth with palato-radicular groove},
  author={Jorge Forero-L{\'o}pez and Luis F Gamboa-Martinez and Laura Pico-Porras and Javier Laureano Nino-Barrera},
  booktitle={Restorative dentistry & endodontics},
  year={2015}
}
A palato-radicular groove (PRG) is a developmental anomaly primarily found in the maxillary lateral incisors. It is a potential communication path between the root canal and the periodontium that decreases the survival prognosis of the affected tooth, therefore compromising the stability of the dental structure in the oral cavity. The aim of this case report is to present an original technique where a PRG was treated by means of intracanal disinfection, PRG sealing with glass ionomer… CONTINUE READING

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