Apexogenesis Therapy After Fracture of an Immature Adult Tooth


Eight-month-old dog with pulpal exposure in recently fractured canine
 

Calcium hydroxide applied over exposed pulp before bonding
 


Pre-treatment radiograph showing open apex
 

Radiography one month after vital pulpotomy. Apex closing (apexogenesis)
 

Conventional endodontics performed four months later
 


Final tooth restoration with attached metallic crown
 

Table of Contents
Smile Book I
Common Dental Problems and Procedures
(1996)
Jan Bellows, D.V.M. Diplomate, American Veterinary Dental College
Introduction
Section 1: Extraction of Retained Deciduous Teeth
Section 2: Periodontal Disease
Section 3: Endodontics
 
Vital Pulpotomy
 
Apexogenesis Therapy
 
Repair of Fractured Canine Tooth
 
Fractured Upper Fourth Premolar
Section 4: Feline Oral Resorptive Lesions
Section 5: Feline Stomatitis Syndrome
Section 6: Orthodontics

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