Inadequate root canal preparation and obturation are potential causes of endodontic failure. Failed root canal treatment with intrinsic discoloration requires root canal re-treatment and intracoronal bleaching. Due to the extensive loss of hard tissues on occlusal area, the restoration requires intracanal retention with short fiber-reinforced composite. Case report. He reported pain and discomfort on maxillary first premolar while chewing after root canal procedure had been performed few months before. He felt unconvinience with the discoloration happened on those tooth.
How often does root canal treatment fail?- Statistics, Incidence rates.
Degree of root resorption after root canal treatment with iodoform-containing filling material in primary molars. To compare the degree of root resorption in endodontically treated primary molars with that of homologous teeth without root canal treatment. A retrospective study was carried out comprising records of children who had received root canal treatment in a primary molar. Mean age at the time of treatment was 7.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Corpus ID: Evaluation of an iodoform paste in root canal therapy for infected primary teeth. No clinical or radiographic signs or symptoms of failure were observed in forty-three of forty-five teeth. View on PubMed.
This case report illustrates the recovery of dizziness of a young healthy patient after root canal therapy of upper second molar. The patient developed dizziness and unbalanced walking four months ago. After cardiac, ENT, neurological, physiotherapy and medical investigations, his entire checkup showed no abnormalities. The patient visited a dental clinic for a routine checkup; after dental clinical and radiographical examination, a chronic abscess infection in an upper second molar region close to the sinus was diagnosed. Root canal therapy was performed that resulted in a disappearance of the dizziness and full recovery was achieved.