Non-surgical endodontic management of the combined Endo-perio lesion
Endodontic–periodontal lesions offer a constant challenge to the clinician for diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of the teeth that are of great concern. Treatment and prognosis of endodontic–periodontal diseases vary depending on the cause and the correct diagnosis of each specific condition. This article presents successful healing of combined endo-perio lesions after non-surgical endodontic management with long term follow up.
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