Pain after Endodontic Treament Performed Three Months Earlier

Terry Pannkuk, DDS, MScD Instructional, Clinical Endodontic Technique Instruction, Diagnosis

The loss and failure to replace a maxillary central incisor causes complications

Patient: 44 year old female with a history of Hepatitis B

Chief Complaint: Tooth feels “dead and uncomfortable” after recent root canal treatment by her dentist

Dental History: Endodontic treatment had been performed on the patient’s maxillary right lateral incisor (Tooth #7) which had been orthodontically moved into the position of the maxillary right central incisor which had been lost.

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