Maximiliano Casa Herzmann & Julieta Anllo
In cases as complex as the one that is presented, it is necessary to detail each of the difficulties that must be overcome, to give the tooth the possibility of continuing to form part of the stomatognathic system. To plan a comprehensive endodontic treatment, it will be necessary to demonstrate the complexity of the different items present: from the removal of the file separated from the distal canal, the location of the calcified mesiolingual canal, the deobturation of the mesiobuccal canal, the sealing of the perforation in the area of the furcation, up to the exhaustive cleaning of the root canal system, are important to give biology the time necessary to repair the osteolytic lesions present both at the level of the furcation and apically in both roots; to finally rehabilitate the tooth, restoring its functionality and aesthetics.In this particular case, the perforation can be seen in the furcation area, at the level of the bone crest in the Root crown third. The larger the piercing, the less success is expected of the treatment. Thanks to the use of technologies applied to obtain new endodontic filling and sealing materials such as the latest generation of bioceramic cements, clinical, mechanical and biological aspects are improved, providing the possibility of performing procedures that were previously unthinkable, thus improving prognosis.
KEY WORDS: complex endodontics, perforation sealing, bioceramic, microscopy, bioceramic, biodentine, bioroot.
How to cite this article
CASA, H. M. & ANLLO, J. Tricalcium silicate in complex endodontics. Int. J. Odontostomat., 15(4):948-952, 2021.