intentional replantation

in·ten·tion·al re·plan·ta·tion

elective extraction of a tooth, obturation of the root canal(s), and replacement of the tooth into the alveolus.

in·ten·tion·al re·plan·ta·tion

(in-tenshŭn-ăl rēplan-tāshŭn)
Elective extraction of a tooth, obturation of the root canal(s), and replacement of tooth in alveolus.
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The other case with a horizontally displaced permanent premolar did not have a chance to erupt spontaneously; thus intentional replantation was chosen as the treatment.
Intentional replantation could also be employed in teeth which have a great strategic value for maintaining the balanced occlusion.
The role of intentional replantation has also been reported in very complex forms of type III dens invaginatus.
A combination of endodontic, intentional replantation and Emdogain therapy was used to sucessfully treat a maxillary lateral incisor that had a palatogingival groove by Al-Hezaimi K et al (7) in 2004.
Extraoral endodontic treatment, odontotomy and intentional replantation of a double maxillary lateral permanent incisor: case report and 6-year follow-up.