2017, Number 4
Revista Habanera de Ciencias Médicas 2017; 16 (4)
Álvarez RJ, Wolfshon MB, Clavera VTJ
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ABSTRACTIntroduction: Endoperiodontal lesions are those lesions that have an inflammatory character that simultaneously compromise the dental pulp and periodontal structures of insertion, where favorable prognosis is obtained only when the tooth is in a closed and protected environment, and the chronicity of the periodontal component is achieved. Consequently, the use of biomaterials and the operative scheme have a crucial character. Objective: To describe a case of advanced endodontic restoration by direct placement of MTA. Case presentation: 45 years old patient who comes to the consultation presenting a combined endoperiodontal lesion, reaching the fulcron in (46). The patient required a radiculectomy, a direct reconstruction of the crown and the root, and stability through the use of Mineral Trioxide Aggregate(MTA). Conclusions: The direct placement of MTA in an advanced endodontic restoration, combined with the nano-hybrid material is an alternative that is viable to do in a single visit and guarantees a fast recovery of the buccal-dental functions of the patient.