Biodentine and Amniotic Membrane to Treat the Hidden Villain- A Rare Case of Labiocervical Vertical Groove
Dr. Tamil Selvan Kumar,
19, Rama Moorthy Nagar, 3rd Street PN Road, Tirupur, Tamil Nadu, India.
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This case report signifies the importance of complications and early diagnosis of radicular groove and to discuss the treatment of combined endo-perio lesion using bone graft mixed with Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF), amniotic membrane and biodentine. Labiocervical Vertical Groove (LCVG) presents various complications to the patients, especially if it extends to the pulpal space. Labiocervical vertical groove originating near the cervical area of tooth can extend to the radicular surface. These grooves can be mild, moderate or deep based on its extent and depth. This case report deals with the complications, degree of destruction and treatment of an intrabony defect associated with LCVG in maxillary central incisor in a 35-year-old male patient, who reported to the Department of Periodontics and Implantology with the chief complaint of mobility of teeth over a period of past 2 months. In this case report, authors have highlighted the advantages of saucerization, PRF, Amniotic membrane and biodentine to treat the bone loss along with restoration of the groove.