Endodontic Management of Dens Evaginatus of Maxillary Central Incisors: A Rare Case Report


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Abstract

Dens evaginatus is a disturbance in tooth development that produces a tubercle of hard tissue on the surface of the tooth. While prophylactic pulp capping is recommended for vital teeth, teeth with necrotic pulps require endodontic therapy or extraction. This rare case of a 24-yr-old Indian male with affected maxillary central incisors demonstrates the clinical consequences of dens evaginatus.

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