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Principles of Endodontic Surgery

CHAPTER OUTLINE

DRAINAGEOF AN ABSCESS
PERIAPICALSURGERY
Indications
Anatomic Problems
Restorative Considerations
Horizontal Root Fracture
Irretrievable Material in Canal
Procedural Error
large Unresolved l,esions After Root Canal
Treatment
Contraindlcations (or Cautions)
Unidentifie.d Cause of Treatment Failure
When Conventional Root Canal Treatment is
Possible
Simultaneous Root Canal Treatment and Apical
Surgery .
Anatomic Considerations
Poor Crown and Root Ratio
Medical (Systemic) Complications
Surgical Procedure
Flap Design
Semilunar Incision
Submarginal Incision
Full Mucoperiosteal Incision
Anesthesia
Incision and Reflection
Perlaplcat Exposure
Curettage
Root End Resection
Root End Preparation and Restoration
Root End-Filling Materials

Irrigation
Radiographic Verification
Flap Replacement and Suturing
Postoperative Instructions
Suture Removal and Evaluation
CORRECTIVESURGERY
Indications
Procedural Errors
Resorptive Perforatiow
Contraindications
Anatomic Considerations
Location of Perforation
Accessibility
Co~derations
Surgical Approach
Repair Material
Prognosis Su’r.gICal Procedure
HEALING
RECALL
ADJUNCTS
Light and Magnification Devices
Surgical Microscope
Fiber Optics
Guided Tissue Regeneration
Bone Augmentation
WHEN TO REFERRAL
Training and Experience
Determinlnq the Cause of Root Canal Treatment
Failure
Surgical Difficulties

The management or provenion of pathosis by in this Includes abscess drainage, periaplcal surgery, intentional replantation.

Root canal treatment is generally a successful procedure if the. problem is accurately diagnosed and careful technique Is used. A common misconception is that if conventional root canal treatment fails, surgery is indicated forcorrection. Usually this is not true most failures are be ter managed by retreatment.? At other times surgery is necessary to correct a failure or for other reasons, may be the only alternative to extraction.

The procedures discussed in this chapter are drainage of an abscess, special (l.e. perlradicular) surgery, and corrective surgery)”.

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