27 Apr Endodontic Management of an Infected Immature Tooth with Spontaneous Root Closure and Type II Dens Invaginatus
Endodontic Management of an Infected Immature Tooth with Spontaneous Root Closure and Type II Dens Invaginatus
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Closure of the open apex in an infected immature tooth is usually achieved after:CorrectIncorrect
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Since clinicians are frequently present when trauma actually occurs, treatment planning is easier.CorrectIncorrect
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Hard tissue deposition can occur in the presence of infection.CorrectIncorrect
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Hard tissue deposition will not form until apical periodontitis has been resolved.CorrectIncorrect
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The current recommendation for disinfection of an infected immature tooth in regenerative procedures is copious irrigation with minimal instrumentation.CorrectIncorrect
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