NOVEL METHOD IN INTERVENING PULPAL CANAL OBLITERATION WITH 3D - PRINTING: A REPORT OF TWO CASES
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 3092-3101
AbstractPulp calcification is one of the factors that make endodontic treatment challenging and capable of compromising access of instruments and irrigant solutions to the entire extension of the root canal, making it impossible to disinfect it adequately. Pulp canal calcification (PCC), also known as pulp canal obliteration or calcific metamorphosis, is characterized by the deposition of calcified tissue along the canal walls. PCC cases are associated with luxation injuries of dental trauma and pulpal responses to various insults such as Invasive pulp therapy procedures, Extended carious lesions, Abfractions, and Restorations.
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