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HEALING

Healing after endodontic’ surgery is rapid because most tissues being manipulated are’ healthy, with.a good blood supply, and tissue.replacement enables repair by primary intentton.F Both soft tissues (i.e., periosteum, gingiva, alveolar mucosa, periodontal ligament) and hard tissues

FIG. 17-25 Postperforation repair. A, lesion developing lateral to off-centered postsuggests perforation that (B) is identified (arrow) on flap reflection. C, Post is reduced to within root and cavity filled with amalgam (

FIG. 17-25 Postperforation repair. A, lesion developing lateral to off-centered postsuggests perforation
that (B) is identified (arrow) on flap reflection. C, Post is reduced to within root and cavity filled
with amalgam (

FIG. 17-26 External resorption repair. A, Mesially angled radiograph shows defect (arrow) to be lingual. B, After flap reflection, crestal bone. reduction, and rubber dam isolation, defect is prepared (arrow). Margins must be in sound tooth structure. C, Cavity is filled with amalgam and flap apically . positioned. 0, Long-term radiographiG and clinical evaluation is necessary; at times, resorption recurs.

FIG. 17-26 External resorption repair. A, Mesially angled radiograph shows defect (arrow) to be lingual.
B, After flap reflection, crestal bone. reduction, and rubber dam isolation, defect is prepared
(arrow). Margins must be in sound tooth structure. C, Cavity is filled with amalgam and flap apically
. positioned. 0, Long-term radiographiG and clinical evaluation is necessary; at times, resorption recurs.FIG. 17-26 External resorption repair. A, Mesially angled radiograph shows defect (arrow) to be lingual.
B, After flap reflection, crestal bone. reduction, and rubber dam isolation, defect is prepared
(arrow). Margins must be in sound tooth structure. C, Cavity is filled with amalgam and flap apically
. positioned. 0, Long-term radiographiG and clinical evaluation is necessary; at times, resorption recurs.

(i.e., dentin, cementum, bone) are involved. Time and mode of healing varies with each, but involve similar processes. The specifics of short-term healing of soft and hard tissues are discussedIn Chapter 4.

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