Non- Surgical Management of an Odontogenic Cutaneous Sinus Tract

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Posted on By Dr.Saif Nagm In Endodontics

The odontogenic cutaneous sinus tract on the facial and cervical skin is known to occur as a result of pulp necrosis and chronic periapical periodontitis. Sinus tracts of endodontic origin usually respond well to endodontic therapy. The present case report discusses diagnosis and successful management of an extraoral cutaneous sinus tract of odontogenic origin in relation to a mandibular rigth permanent central and lateral incisors by single visit , non-surgical endodontic therapy.


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Remarkable. I have never seen this before in 25+ years. What was the antibiotic regimen? How long did it take to resolve? Thanks Dr. Salama


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Thank you Maurice Salama. Actually its a single Appointment Non Surgical Root Canal Treatment .with no Antibiotic only Body tolerance .the sinus tract healed in 2 month without surgical interference .
i will share the full case with you soon my friend .


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