Radiograph after 28 days after the use of the triple antibiotic shows decrease in size of the periapical radiolocency and difference in the apical shape (signs of healing) from the first radiograph, and showing the calcium hydroxide to the half of the canal in its first day of use inside the canal.

Radiograph after 28 days after the use of the triple antibiotic shows decrease in size of the periapical radiolocency and difference in the apical shape (signs of healing) from the first radiograph, and showing the calcium hydroxide to the half of the canal in its first day of use inside the canal.

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Nowadays, the trend in treating the infected immature permanent tooth is with disinfection and revuscularization of the root canal instead of apexification. By revuscularing the root canal and utilizing, a biocompatible material will create a new pulp tissue that can provide vital cells, which are able to continue the root formation to the normal l...

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... insertion of a paper point a resistant felt, and a pain felt by the patient nearly in the middle of the canal to this length the calcium hydroxide with barrium sulphate (Metapaste (Calcium Hydroxide w/ Barium Sulfate-Korea) injected in the coronal half of the root. The tooth restored and the x-ray showed decrease in the size of the radiolocency after the use of the antibiotic paste in the canal for three weeks, and difference in the apical shape ( signs of healing), and the calcium hydroxide filled the coronal half of the canal in its first day of use (Figure 2). ...
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... root canal debridement is necessary to provide a suitable environment for the regeneration to take place, therefore the root canal irrigated by 5.25% sodium hypochlorite instead of instrumentation to avoid further weakness of the root. 19 The use of the tripple antibiotic 7 would decrease the number of microorganisms then healing of the periapical infection could takeplace, and from the x-ray (Figure 2) appears that the size of the lesion decreased and the root started increasing in length, which indicates the sterilization of the canal is the first treatment that should be done. İn the presence of the blood which induced from the periapical area by over instrumentation done by the first dentist and completion of the sterelization, tissue formed inside he canal which contain the vital cells that started apexogenesis after utilizing the calcium hydroxide in contact with this tissue. ...

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