Non-Surgical Management Of Dens Invaginatus With A Large Periapical Lesion With The Aid Of CBCT
Maxillary lateral incisors show a high incidence of anatomic variation Dens Invaginatus is a developmental anomaly of teeth characterized by infoldings of enamel, dentin and extend up to the apex. Such a condition is often associated with dental caries, pulpal and periodontal pathology. Root canal treatment of this abnormality is considered difficult due to the complex anatomy. This article discusses case report of a tooth with Dens Invaginatus with emphasis on correct diagnosis, treatment planning and nonsurgical healing with no extra intervention of a large periapical lesion associated with invaginated tooth.