SIGNIFICANCE AND NEED OF TREATMENT OF PERIAPICAL LESIONJournal: Indian Drugs (Vol.51, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2014-07-28
Authors : Pattan S.R. Bykod P.S. Shetkar P.U. Pattewar S.V. Kothiwale S.V. Pattan J.S.;
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Dental caries, one of the most prevalent infectious diseases worldwide, affects approximately 80% of children and the majority of adults. Dental caries may result in endodontic disease, leading to dental pulp necrosis, periapical inflammation and bone desorption, severe pain, and tooth loss. Periapical inflammation may also increase inflammation in other parts of the body. Although many studies have attempted to develop therapies for this disease, there is still an urgent need for effective treatments.
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