Comparison of surgical and non-surgical methods of treating palatally impacted canines. I. Periodontal and pulpal outcomes.
- Published Article
Australian orthodontic journal
- Publication Date
May 01, 2007
Natural eruption and conservative surgical exposure with orthodontic alignment have minor effects on the periodontium. Impacted canines treated surgically and non-surgically had a higher prevalence of pulpal changes than the control canines. Ultimately, the choice of treatment may depend on the clinical indications, the patient's and the orthodontist's preferences.
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