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Zahnheilkunde 25. September 2014

Endodontic management of bilateral type II dens invaginatus

Root canal treatment of invaginated teeth is frequently challenging because of problems associated with gaining access to the root canals and with variations of canal morphology associated with this type of malformation. This article reports on the conservative endodontic management of bilateral upper central incisors diagnosed with infected dens invaginatus (Oehlers type II) and associated irreversible pulpitis with concomitant oligodontia. The use of contemporary endodontic techniques in the diagnosis, treatment planning and management of the case are highlighted.

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