Tag Archive: Resorption

Case Report: Invasive Cervical Root Resorption Repair with Dr. Adrian Lozano

August 14, 2015 1:09 pm Published by

The clinical rate of invasive cervical root resorption appears to be on the rise. Whether this is attributed to increased rate of orthodontic therapy, trauma, or other factors among the population is currently unknown. In this video, Dr. Adrian Lozano, director of the post doctoral endodontic program at University of Valencia, Spain shares a clinical case of transgingival cervical root resorption that he repaired using a combination of bioceramics and composite resins. The follow up of the case and a discussion of the technique is then shared with the viewers.…

Case of the Month: Interview with Dr. Ilya Mer

February 14, 2015 5:20 am Published by

In this video, Dr. Nasseh has a short interview with Dr. Ilya Mer, graduate of the international program at Univ. of Pensylvania and a private practitioners in Moscow Russia regarding a clinical case of repair of an invasive cervical resorption case.…

Invasive Cervical Root Resorption

August 5, 2013 1:30 pm Published by

Invasive cervical root resorption is a rare phenomenon with a questionable be prognosis that is often associated with a history of trauma, orthodontic therapy, internal bleaching with hydrogen peroxide containing solutions, and sometimes idiopathic causes. This case demonstrates the repair of a perforative root resorption first with the EndoSequence Root Repair material, and later with a bonded composite.…