Dr Grover believes in the importance of studying outcomes of endodontic treatment and has been following these root canal treatments for more than twenty years. He routinely discusses the results of his studies with colleagues and applies the lessons learned to insure that the best possible outcome is achieved in each and every treatment.
Patient presented with history of pain and swelling associated with maxillary anterior tooth #10. The X-ray showed what appeared to be internal resorption. The CBCT images revealed a non-perforating internal resorptive defect. The defect was accessed and the resorptive tissue was removed. The canal was cleaned and shaped and Ca(OH)2 was placed.