Prevention of Root Resorption

Prevention of Root Resorption

Occasionally, an impacted tooth causes sufficient pressure on the root of an adjacent tooth to cause root resorption (Figs. 9-6 and 9-7). Although the process by which root resorption occurs is not well defined, it appears to be
similar to the resorption process primary teeth undergo. ‘in the presence of the succedaneous’ teeth. Removal of the impacted tooth may result in salvage of the adjacent tooth by cementa I repair. Endodontic therapy !!lay be  equired to save these teeth

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