Intentional Replantation with 23-Minute Extra-Oral Time: A Case Report | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Intentional Replantation with 23-Minute Extra-Oral Time: A Case Report

Author(s):Ahmed Nasser, Yazeed Alturki*, Mohammed Alkathery and Khalid Alzailay

Non-surgical retreatment and surgical endodontics are not always applicable. Apicoectomy may be limited by anatomical variations, including buccal bone thickness and proximity to vital structures such as nerves and maxillary sinuses. Intentional replantation is considered as a procedure of last resort when non-surgical, or surgical endodontics is contra-indicated. The treatment described demonstrates intentional replantation to be considered a treatment option to preserve and maintain the tooth.

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