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Review Article Open Access
Tooth root perforation is an artificial communication between the oral environment and the supporting structures in the external root surfaces which may causes serious implications that can even lead to extraction, however if diagnosed early and with appropriate management of the perforation will lead to long term survival of the tooth. A PubMed search was carried out of which 121 results were obtained regarding tooth root perforation repair and this review relates to the factors that lead to prognosis of the perforated tooth and various materials that can be used to seal the perforation sites.
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Author(s): Mithra Hegde, Litty Varghese, Sakshi Malhotra
Prognosis, Root resorption, Root caries, Complications, Root canal therapy, Oral Hygiene