PENATALAKSANAAN KASUS KEGAGALAN PERAWATAN MUMIFIKASI (LAPORAN KASUS)

Sari Dewiyanti, Edi Hartini Sundoro, Safrida Hoesin

Abstract


The management of failure case resulting from mummification treatment. Signs of successful treatment following mummification are the absence of clinical complaints, the formation of secondary cement, and no periapical pathosis present. Treatment about amputation the infected pulp, which has been devitalized in the pulp chamber and leaving the necrotic pulp tissues in root canal is no longer in accordance with treatment tenet nowadays. The remaining necrotic tissues is a focus of infection capable of disturbing biologic healing of tissues. Three cases of root canal treatment following pulp mummification which has been done causes complaints from discomfort to severe pain and the infections spread to periapical tissue in 2, 10, and 22 years afterwards. The results of the treatment are good and periapical radiolucency showing signs of diminution and disappearance. Evaluation on such case was done in 3 months, 6 months, and 2 years after the root canal treatment.

Keywords


failure case; mummification

DOI: https://doi/org/10.14693/jdi.v10i1.388

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