Pulpal Necrosis

Pulpal Necrosis

A second, closely aligned rationale for removing a tooth is the presence of pulp necrosis or irreversible pulpitis that is not amenable to endodontics. This may be the  result of a patient declining endodontic treatment or of a root canal that is tortuous, calcified, and untreatable by standard endodontic techniques. Also included in this general indication category is the endodontic tlIilure. In this- situation, endodontic treatment has been done but has failed to relieve pain or provide drainage.

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