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Reabsorción radicular ortodontica o no ortodontica. Su impacto.

Reabsorción radicular ortodontica o no ortodontica. Su impacto en la práctica clínica.

En este artículo de Kokich encontrarán la descripción de 3 casos clínicos y comentarios interesantes sobre bibliografía existente acerca de la reabosrción radicular.  Kokich nos muestra diferentes formas de rehabilitar este hallazgo clínico poco frecuente pero devastador.

Orthodontic and Nonorthodontic RootResorption: Their Impact on ClinicalDental Practice

Vincent G. Kokich, D.D.S., M.S.D.

Abstract: Occasionally, general dentists are challenged with providing restorative treatment for a postorthodontic patient whohas had moderate to severe root resorption. When this happens, a number of questions about the cause of such resorption and theappropriate treatment arise in the dentist’s mind. This article will describe the orthodontic and restorative management of threepatients with severe maxillary incisor root resorption, provide a thorough discussion of the currently available literature on thetopic of root resorption, and answer clinical questions regarding this relatively infrequent but devastating sequel to orthodontictreatment.

Dr. Kokich is Professor, Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry, University of Washington. Direct correspondence andrequests for reprints to him at Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry, University of Washington, Box 357446, Seattle,WA 98195-7446; 206-543-5788 phone; 206-685-8163 fax; vgkokich@u.washington.edu.

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Fuente: www.kokichorthodontics.com

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