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Rev Belge Med Dent. 1981 Jan;36(1):14-8.

[Invaginated dental elements--II. Diagnosis and therapy].

[Article in Dutch]


A detailed inspection of the inner tooth morphology on röntgenogram is necessary as the surface morphology generally does not reveal the existence of an invagination. The irreversible pathological evolution occurring when diagnosis is neglected, should incite the practitioner to look for invaginations on every set of röntgenograms. Five therapeutic techniques are described. If an appropriate endodontic technique is applied, a successful root canal filling can be achieved.

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