Long Term Recall of an Endodontically Treated Molar Treated during the Mixed Dentition Stage

Terry Pannkuk, DDS, MScD Instructional, Recall Observations, Regeneration / Revascularization

The mixed dentition poses special complexities requiring that long term provisionalization should be planned accommodating changes in occlusion and tooth position

Patient: 11 year old male in excellent health (2003)

Chief Complaint: throbbing tooth pain (2003)

Dental History: The patient reported a history of dental sealants. His dentist noted gross Class II distal caries on the mandibular right first molar after the patient reported pain of 2 weeks duration

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