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Intentional Replantation

Meta Description: Teeth which are out of occlusion due to missing antagonists, especially third molars are implanted to another place in the jaw intentionally to improve oral function by intentional tooth implantation. The most common causes of failure are root resorption and ankylosis caused by damage/lacking of periodontal ligament.

Intentional replantation is performed in cases requiring apicoectomy, root sealing of teeth that are difficult to cure by root canal therapy, filling at the perforation site and the adhesion of root fracture outside the oral cavity. Teeth which are out of occlusion due to missing antagonists, especially third molars are implanted to another place in the jaw intentionally to improve oral function by intentional tooth implantation.

The most common causes of failure are root resorption and ankylosis caused by damage/lacking of periodontal ligament. As patients requiring intentional tooth replantation are mostly elderly people as compared to those with avulsed teeth, the teeth would often be periodontally involved.

For more information:

https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/the-effect-of-emd-application-for-intentional-replantation-of-periodontally-involved-teeth-in-dogs-jimds-1000125.php?aid=27591

 
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