Fenestration and dehiscence in a non vital tooth – A case report 2971-2973
Dr. Vishal Agarwal, (MDS),Professor, Dept. of conservative, Dentistry and endodontics,NIMS Dental College, Jaipur (Rajasthan), mail:email@example.com, Ph.94140-44400
Fenestration and dehiscence are usually accompanied with long standing traumaticteeth. If this occurs, the solution is surgical intervention along with endodontic treatment. This surgical procedure consists of raising the flap to expose the dehiscence, followed by curettage, placing the bone graft and repositioning of the flap. A conventional endodontic treatment is carried out before the surgical procedure. A case is described here, that illustrates this clinical situation.