Fauzia Quadir1, Yawar Ali Abidi2, Shahbaz Ahmed3, Sofia Ali Syed4
1. Assistant Professor Department of Operative Dentistry Dow Dental College, Karachi.
2. Professor and Head Department of Operative Dentistry Dr. Ishrat ul Ebad Khan Institute of Oral Health Sciences, Karachi.
3. Assistant Professor Department of Operative Dentistry Dr. Ishrat ul Ebad Khan Institute of Oral Health Sciences, Karachi.
4. Assistant Professor Department of Oral Pathology Dow Dental College, Karachi
Corresponding author: “Dr.Fauzia Quadir” < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Volume 23, Issue 1 (January - March 2014)
The goal of periradicular surgery is to eliminate the periradicular inflammatory tissues and seal the apical foramen to create optimum conditions for healing through the regeneration of tissues, including the formation of a new attachment apparatus which is achieved by thorough curettage of the lesion. It includes removal of the pathological periradicular tissues for visibility and accessibility to facilitate the treatment of the apical root canal system, or sometimes for the removal of harmful foreign materials present in the periradicular area. This case report describes the non-surgical and surgical endodontic treatment of a large cyst-like periradicular lesion in a 22-year-old male patient in the left maxillary anterior region. Conservative root canal treatment was carried out for the non-vital teeth, followed by peri-radicular surgery. The clinical and radiographic examinations after a five- year follow up period revealed complete periradicular healing. The appropriate diagnosis of periradicular lesions and the treatment of infected root canal systems allowed complete healing of these large lesions with endodontic surgery.
How to CITE:
Quadir F, Abidi YA, Ahmed A. Predictable Bone Fill; A Five Year Follow Up Of Periradicular Surgery: Case Report. J Pak Dent Assoc 2014; 23(1):36-40