Stalled Revascularization

Terry Pannkuk, DDS, MScD Instructional, Complications: Advanced Management, Trauma Management, Regeneration / Revascularization

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Case: patient presented with an endodontic abscess and an immature root apex

Patient: 13 year old male in excellent health (8 years old when treatment started)
Chief Complaint: Asymptomatic (recent avulsion)
Dental History: The patient was referred one year after the maxillary right central incisor had been avulsed in a traumatic accident.

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