Maloccluded Symptomatic Maxillary Canine having a Necrotic Pulp

Terry Pannkuk, DDS, MScD Complications: Advanced Management, Surgical Retreatment, Surgical Exploration, Retreatment Strategies

Learn how to manage a complicated case with combined nonsurgical and endodontic therapy: Patient presenting with deficient supporting bone and endodontic swelling

*Patient:** 53 year-old female in excellent health

Chief Complaint: The patient reported pain and swelling associated with her right maxillary canine for the previous 2 weeks.

Dental History: The patient reported a history of periodontal problems and multiple teeth having been extracted. The existing bridge had been made 5 to 10 years earlier.

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