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The periodontal - endodontic continuum: A review.

Sunitha V R, Emmadi P, Namasivayam A, Thyegarajan R, Rajaraman V - J Conserv Dent (2008)

Bottom Line: The success of both periodontal and endodontic therapy depends on the elimination of both disease processes, whether they exist separately or as a combined lesion.The relationship between periodontal and endodontic disease has been a subject of speculation for many years.This paper aims at presenting a comprehensive review of several aspects of perio-endo lesions.

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Affiliation: Department of Periodontics, Meenakshiammal Dental College and Hospital, Alapakkam Road, Maduravoyal, Chennai, India.

ABSTRACT
Periodontal therapy deals with many aspects of the supporting structures, including the prevention and repair of lesions of the gingival sulcus. Endodontics deals primarily with disease of the pulp and periapical tissues. The success of both periodontal and endodontic therapy depends on the elimination of both disease processes, whether they exist separately or as a combined lesion. The relationship between periodontal and endodontic disease has been a subject of speculation for many years. This paper aims at presenting a comprehensive review of several aspects of perio-endo lesions.

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Diagrammatic representation of possible endo perio problems based on the classification of Simon JH, Glick DH, Frank JL 26, 27
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Figure 0003: Diagrammatic representation of possible endo perio problems based on the classification of Simon JH, Glick DH, Frank JL 26, 27

Mentions: A close relationship exists between disease of the dental pulp and periodontal disease, and it expresses itself in several ways. The most commonly used classification was given by Simon, Glick and Frank in 1972 [Figure 3].[26] According to this classification, perio-endo lesions can be classified into:


The periodontal - endodontic continuum: A review.

Sunitha V R, Emmadi P, Namasivayam A, Thyegarajan R, Rajaraman V - J Conserv Dent (2008)

Diagrammatic representation of possible endo perio problems based on the classification of Simon JH, Glick DH, Frank JL 26, 27
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Figure 0003: Diagrammatic representation of possible endo perio problems based on the classification of Simon JH, Glick DH, Frank JL 26, 27
Mentions: A close relationship exists between disease of the dental pulp and periodontal disease, and it expresses itself in several ways. The most commonly used classification was given by Simon, Glick and Frank in 1972 [Figure 3].[26] According to this classification, perio-endo lesions can be classified into:

Bottom Line: The success of both periodontal and endodontic therapy depends on the elimination of both disease processes, whether they exist separately or as a combined lesion.The relationship between periodontal and endodontic disease has been a subject of speculation for many years.This paper aims at presenting a comprehensive review of several aspects of perio-endo lesions.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Periodontics, Meenakshiammal Dental College and Hospital, Alapakkam Road, Maduravoyal, Chennai, India.

ABSTRACT
Periodontal therapy deals with many aspects of the supporting structures, including the prevention and repair of lesions of the gingival sulcus. Endodontics deals primarily with disease of the pulp and periapical tissues. The success of both periodontal and endodontic therapy depends on the elimination of both disease processes, whether they exist separately or as a combined lesion. The relationship between periodontal and endodontic disease has been a subject of speculation for many years. This paper aims at presenting a comprehensive review of several aspects of perio-endo lesions.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus