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Volume 7 Issue 4 (April, 2019)

Case Reports

Management of Pink Tooth by Different Method of Obturation System- Case Report
Harakh Chand Baranwal, Neeraj Kumar, Ankita Singh, Prasad Patel Suresh

Introduction: Root resorption is a process which involved loss of dental hard tissues. It may occur due to dental trauma, bleaching, and orthodontic treatment, and occasionally it may occur in the periodontal disease. Radiographic examinations are the main diagnostic add for identification of Root Resorption. It may be internal or external.  Severe trauma is the main cause of Internal root resorption it may be occupied due to caries and pulp inflammation   It mainly seen in anterior teeth but it may be seen in posterior teeth. Internal resorption is usually asymptomatic. Internal resorption also know as pink teeth because of pulpal inflammation teeth appear pink. Case reports: The article describes a two case of internal root resorption involving the middle third of permanent maxillary incisor which was treated by the non-surgical method and obturated with a different method of obturation system. Conclusion: Root resorption is a complex process. Success of treatment depends on location, duration and size of the lesion.  Internal resorption is difficult to predict and control. Prevention should be the best approach. Both obturation methods are equally effective in treatment of internal resorption.

Key word: Pink Tooth, Internal Resorption, Gutta Flow, Obturation System.

 

Received: 24 February, 2019                             Revised: 20 March, 2019                         Accepted: 23 March, 2019
Corresponding author: Dr. Neeraj Kumar, Junior resident, Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics , Faculty of Dental Science, IMS, BHU , Uttar Pradesh, India

This article may be cited as: Baranwal HC,  Kumar N, Singh A, Suresh PP. Management of Pink Tooth by Different Method of Obturation System: Case Report. J Adv Med Dent Scie Res 2019;7(4): 1-4.

 
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