Endodontic treatment of a maxillary central incisor with arrested root development: a case report
Keywords:arrested root development, MTA
Arrested root development of permanent te~th can occur due to local factors such as infection and trauma or general factors such as radiation and odontodysplasia. This case report presents a 11 tooth with arrested root development requiring endodontic treatment. Following obturation with MTA, a minor surgical procedure was performed to remove periapical pathologic tissue. The tooth had remained asymptomatic at the 6-month review and the case will be followed-up for at least 2 years to ensure complete healing.
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