Root amputation case, Part 2

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Posted on By Mohamed Fouda In Periodontics

This is follow up photos and final restoration of root amputation case on tooth No 3

Tissue at time of impression



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My Case Report treatment in these cases has been to open into theseroots, remove their pulps, fill them and amputate(the involved root), then grind away enough of thearticulating surface of the crown, immediately over the removal root, in order to bring the pressure inthe effort of mastication upon the (solid) roots. Bythese means, these teeth can be made comfortableand serviceable for years, if not for a lifetime. I went to Dr. Ismeal Khouly for my treatment. You can visit at https://www.dentistanyc.com/


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Nice result...please post op PA radiograph. Thanks Dr. Salama


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