Relationship between internal root resorption and dens in dente
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Relationship between internal root resorption and dens in dente

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Pérez Alfayate, Ruth; Mercadé, Montse; Vera, Jorge
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2020
The aim is to report the treatment and follow-up of three lateral incisors with internal root resorption and dens in dente as a possible cause for their development, managed by root canal treatment and apical obturation with MTA or gutta-percha. This case report presents three clinical cases in which dens invaginatus type 2 is shown as a potential cause for the development of internal root resorption. Two cases were filled with a MTA apical plug technique and one with gutta-percha, and all were follow-up through time. The incidence of the association of internal root resorption with dens invaginatus may be underestimated and should be studied.

    Pérez Alfayate, Ruth ; Mercadé, Montse ; Vera, Jorge. Relationship between internal root resorption and dens in dente. En: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry, 12 8 2020: 800-804

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