Carious Lesion Causing Necrosis of the Pulp

This particular patient came with caries in the Lower left 1st molar . The caries had extended to the pulp leading to necrosis .

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Sequence of events

CARIES >>>> PULPAL NECROSIS >>>> ACUTE PULPITIS >>>> CHRONIC PULPITIS >>> PERIAPICAL ABSCESS >>> PUS AND SUPPURATION.

In such case the ideal mode of treatment is Root  Canal Treatment to eliminate the infected pulp.

From: Rafaël Michiels
To: ROOTS
Sent: Sunday, May 09, 2010 4:09 AM
Subject: [roots] Nice one from thursday.

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