12 months after the use of the calcium hydroxide showing complete disappearance of the radiolocency and complete closure of the apex; increase in root length and thickness of the walls.

12 months after the use of the calcium hydroxide showing complete disappearance of the radiolocency and complete closure of the apex; increase in root length and thickness of the walls.

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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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... months later: tooth was with no signs and symptoms. X-ray showed complete disappearance of the radiolocency, complete root formation, closure of the apex and increase in root walls thickness (Figure 4). ...

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