For many, resorption represents a confusing and heterogenous group of dental diseases. Moreover, many mistakenly assume that the presence of resorption automatically leads to tooth loss. At its core, resorption is a fairly simple disease process that can be effectively treated. This seemingly disparate group of disease entities share a common pathogenesis, or pathway, of development. Their differences lie in their causes and the types of tissue they affect. Understanding their shared similarities, as well as their unique differences will leave you confident and able to differentiate and diagnose the types of resorption in order to manage it appropriately in your own clinical practice.
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Endodontic Protocols for Antibiotic Use
Antibiotic premedication strategies and evidence-based strategies.