The apical root of tooth
45 continued to grow beyond the apexification level with a normal periodontal ligament space and lamina dura.
Caption: Figure 5: Computed tomography sections show a hypodense lesion in the right maxilla with buccolingual cortical expansion and break in the cortical border in the anterior region associated with an impacted tooth (lesion is surrounding the apical third of root of tooth
above cementoenamel junction)
Composed odontoma close to root apex of teeth 8,3, 4.2 and 4,4 and to upper root of tooth 4,3, with a 12,9 mm x 8.3 mm size in the sagittal plane (Fig.
Composed odontoma close to root apex of teeth 8,3, 4,2 and 4.4 and to upper root of tooth 4,3.
In the evaluation of earlier radiographs taken just after the trauma, external resorption associated with an ectopic maxillary canine was noted in the middle third of the root of tooth
22 (Figure-1A, 1B)
The Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) revealed a communication of 6 mm in the anteroposterior axis, of the apices of the root of tooth
#16 with the right maxillary sinus cavity.
The sliding pedicle graft procedure was performed to cover the root of tooth
This radiolucency covers all crowns, and it overlaps the root of tooth