internal resorption


Cases of the Week: Top cases of 2013

It’s nearly another year gone by and time to check out the top cases posted in 2013. 5. Microdont 4. Supernumerary teeth 3. Talon cusp 2. Horizontal root fracture 1. Ectopic eruption and Internal resorption If there are any cases you’d like to see please leave me a line below […]


Case of the Week: Internal Resorption treated with endodontic therapy

This week I have a case of internal resorption that was treated with endodontic therapy.  Internal resorption presents as a well-defined radiolucent area that is continuous with the pulp chamber and/or root canal space causing an overall enlargement in size.  Here it is evident on a maxillary central incisor. And […]


Case of the Week: Ectopic Eruption & Internal Resorption 5

This week I have a fun case of 2 finds on 1 radiograph. This bitewing radiograph shows internal resorption (enlarged pulp chamber) of the maxillary left deciduous second molar and ectopic eruption of the mandibular left first premolar into the deciduous second molar.  Check it out below. 🙂 If you […]


Case of the week: Internal Resorption on CBCT

This weeks case is a severe example of internal resorption as seen on cone beam CT.  Internal resorption presents as enlargement of the pulp chamber and/or root canal space. Reconstructed pantomograph (Metal in left  anterior mandible is due to previous reconstruction and mandibular fracture) Cross-sectional view (Note enlarged root canal […]