Use of technology and calcium silicate cement in the resolution of endodontic retreatment complications: Case report

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Issue V10N02 | Year 2020 | Editorial Case Report | Pages 86 to 93

Ericke Mucke SILVA, Murilo Priori ALCALDE, Rodrigo Ricci VIVAN, Marcelo POMINI, Marco Antonio Hungaro DUARTE

Introduction: Accidents and complications may happen at any endodontic treatment stage. These are likely to change the prognosis of treatment and can be due to factors related to instrumental failure, anatomic difficulties and the professional’s limitations. Objective: This case report addresses a case where a patient presenting two separated instruments and a root perforation in a lower molar with apical periodontitis. Case report: The separated instruments have been removed by mechanical and ultrasonic standardized method and the perforation was treated and sealed by silicate cement-based material. Conclusion: The use of technological resources favored the resolution of the case, increasing its predictability. The reestablishment of the normal condition of the tooth and surrounding tissues was confirmed by radiograph and computed tomography exams.

Ultrasonics. Root Canal Preparation. Silicate Cement.

Silva EM, Alcalde MP, Vivan RR, Pomini M, Duarte MAH. Use of technology and calcium silicate cement in the resolution of endodontic retreatment complications: Case report. Dental Press Endod. 2020 May-Aug;10(2):86-93.

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