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Non-Surgical Retreatment After Failed Intentional Replantation: A Case Report [Eur Endod J]
Eur Endod J. 2019; 4(3): 145-149 | DOI: 10.14744/eej.2019.03016

Non-Surgical Retreatment After Failed Intentional Replantation: A Case Report

Teng Kai Ong
Department of Surgical Science, Marquette University School of Dentistry, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; (Private Practice, Tan Endodontic Dental Specialist Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

A 27-year-old male patient complained of dental pain on previously root-treated tooth #17. Intentional replantation (IR) was performed. However, the symptoms returned at 10 months of follow-up, and a sinus tract was detected on the buccal gingiva of tooth #17. The patient refused extraction of the tooth and tooth was scheduled for non-surgical retreatment. Root canal retreatment was initiated with the removal of the previous root filling material while leaving the retrograde filling in situ. After 1 month of intracanal medication, the tooth became asymptomatic with complete healing of the sinus tract and the root canal filling was completed. Clinical and radiographic examination at 1 year follow-up revealed endodontic success with complete resolution of periapical radiolucency. This case report shows that non-surgical retreatment could be a viable alternative for failed IR.

Keywords: Intentional replantation, non-surgical retreatment, persistent periradicular radiolucency, retreatment

Teng Kai Ong. Non-Surgical Retreatment After Failed Intentional Replantation: A Case Report. Eur Endod J. 2019; 4(3): 145-149

Corresponding Author: Teng Kai Ong
Manuscript Language: English
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