Non-Surgical Management of Mandibular Molar with Multiple Intra–oral Sinus Tracts: A Case Report 2392-2393
Dr. Ruchi Gupta,
Reader, Department of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics, Institute of Dental Studies & Technologies
Delhi-Meerut Road, Kadrabad, Modinagar, Uttar Pradesh-201201 (India).
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Multiple intraâ€“oral sinus tracts of dental origin are an uncommon condition. Patients with this condition may undergo surgical extraction, biopsies and antibiotic regimens, but all of them fail with the recurrence of the sinus tract. A proper diagnosis and management are important, to avoid any complications. This case report has described the conventional root canal treatment of a patient who had three distant intraâ€“oral sinuses which had occurred due to an intact tooth with pulp necrosis, who had a history of accidentally biting on a hard food object and having a periapical radiolucency which indicated a chronic periradicular abscess. At follow up examination, the tooth was found to be asymptomatic and radiographically, it showed repair of the lesion.