Oasis Bulletin: How Would You Save A Tooth With An Open Apex?

December 4, 2012

December 4, 2012

 
 

CLINICAL CASE: HOW WOULD YOU SAVE A TOOTH WITH AN OPEN APEX?

A new Clinical Case has been posted on the JCDA Clinical Q&A website (www.jcdablogs.ca). Dr. Ian Furst, from Coronation Dental Specialty Group, in collaboration with Dr. Sarah Abitbol, endodontist, are presenting the clinical case How would you save a tooth with an open apex? Help plan the case with this interactive review of regenerative endodontics.

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