CONVENTIONAL ENDODONTIC THERAPY OF UPPER CENTRAL AND LATERAL INCISORS COMBINED WITH CYST DECOMPRESSION: A CASE REPORT

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Mihaela Salceanu, Cristian Levente Giuroiu, Tudor Petru Hamburda, Gabriel Melian, Elena Cristina Guzu, Anca Melian

Abstract

Radicular cysts are found in 15% of periapical lesions. Current practice accredited cyst surgery as therapeutic approach of choice leading in some cases to important bone loss and teeth loss, difficult to recover. Radicular cyst has a membrane and a content, recent studies demonstrating that cystic lesions are maintained due to the presence of irritants in cystic cavity. Based on literature research studies, removal of irritants from cystic cavity through a conservative treatment, conventional root treatment combined with surgical decompression, should lead to periapical wound healing by triggering apoptosis and regression of the lining epithelium of the apical cyst

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