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Intentional Replantation of Endodontically Treated Tooth - A Case Report

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Conventional and surgical endodontic therapy are accepted as foreseen clinical procedures that save teeth with pulpal disease which would otherwise be extracted. When a tooth's pulp is irreversibly damaged or infected due to caries, cracks, trauma, or leaky restorations, endodontic therapy or extraction are the only workable options.
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94
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2
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298-304
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  • PG Trainee MCPS Periodontology, Federal Government Services Hospital, Pakistan
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  • PG Trainee MCPS Periodontology, Federal Government Services Hospital, Pakistan
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  • PG Trainee MDS Operative Dentistry, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University, Pakistan
References
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  • [2] Salehrabi R, Rotstein I. Epidemiologic evaluation of the outcomes of orthograde endodontic retreatment. J Endod. May 2010, 36(5), 790-2.
  • [3] Grzanich D, RizzoG, Silva RM .Saving Natural Teeth: Intentional Replantation—Protocol and Case Series. J Endod. December 2017, 43(12).
  • [4] Majd NM, Arvin A, Darvish A, Aflaki S, and Homayouni H. Treatment of Necrotic Calcified Tooth Using Intentional Replantation Procedure. Case Report in Dentistry. 2014; Available from http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/793892
  • [5] McFarland. Intentional Extraction and Reimplantation of the Same Tooth. Dentistry today. 2005 Nov 01. Available from http://www.dentistrytoday.com/oral-medicine/oral-surgery/1540--sp-1668891440
  • [6] Armita Rouhani, Babak Javidi, Morteza Habibi, Hamid Jafarzadeh. Intentional Replantation: A Procedure as a Last Resort. The Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice, November-December 2011, 12(6), 486-492.
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