NON-SURGICAL METHOD OF TREATMENT OF THE PERIAPICAL LESIONS OBSERVED BY USING CBCT IMAGING AND THEM PROSTHETICAL TREATMENT

Cristina Antohi, Maria Ciobanu, Yllka Decolli, Danisia Haba, Laura Elisabeta Checherita, Radu Eduard Cernei, Liana Aminov

Abstract

As it is well known, long-term success of any endodontic treatment is assured by a good cleaning and shaping of the root canal along with proper and correct root filling. The purpose of this article is to highlight the importance of using a non-surgical treatment in the case of periapical lesions using two different sealants, MTA and Endomethazone. We reported a 22 years old man who benefited from a orthograde endodontic treatment of a maxillary left lateral incisor and second premolar which has had periapical lesions observed by using CBCT cross-sections. Six months follow up by using CBCT  showed significant changes: bone formation and periapical healing within the lesion much more significant in the case of using MTA fillapex. Both teeth will be covered by prosthetic restorations.

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