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Journal of Dental Specialities


Rejuvenating and revitalizing non vital traumatized young permanent teeth: A case series


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Author Details : Vinita Goyel, Yasha Tyagi, Pulkit Jhingan

Volume : 5, Issue : 2, Year : 2017

Article Page : 166-168


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Abstract

Treatment of Ellis class IV fracture has been a great challenge. The following case report describes the management of traumatized upper anterior teeth in different patients using revascularization technique. Revascularization is the procedure which promotes apexogenesis in a young immature non vital tooth with limited instrumentation technique. Mineral trioxide aggregate is documented to create a hermetic seal over the coronal opening of the root canal separating the intra-canal clot containing stem cells from the external environment minimizing risk of infection. Revascularization causes continued root growth similar to natural root growth.

Keywords: Revascularization, Ellis class IV fracture, Non vital, Revitalization

How to cite : Goyel V, Tyagi Y, Jhingan P, Rejuvenating and revitalizing non vital traumatized young permanent teeth: A case series. J Dent Spec 2017;5(2):166-168

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