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Case 227097

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Troublesome / painful / cracked tooth (Endodontic)

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Lower Anterior

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Canaray 227097

2. Slight decreased in size of the lesion apical to tooth 41

The periapical lesion associated with tooth 41 exhibits a slight decrease in size in the interval between scans (as demonstrated by the presence of a light grey periphery in this overlay). Based on this finding, it can be assumed that tooth 41 has been successfully endodontically treated.

1. Very slight increase in size of lesion apical to tooth 31

The prior scan (Canaray Case 165365, dated 31 July 2017, shown in redscale), was superimposed over the current scan (shown in greyscale). The lesion surrounding the apical half of the root of tooth 31 has very slightly increased in size in the interval between scans (as demonstrated by the presence of a dark red periphery in this overlay). Based on this finding, it can be assumed that the endodontic treatment of tooth 31 has not been successful.

Orthogonal images of tooth 31 without overlays

These orthogonal cross-sectional images demonstrate the appearance of tooth 31 from various perspectives, without any overlays. The slight increase in the size of the lesion since the prior scan is not apparent without the overlay of the prior scan.

Orthogonal views of tooth 41

These orthogonal cross-sectional images demonstrate the appearance of tooth 41 without any overlays. The slight decrease in the size of the lesion associated with tooth 41 is not readily apparent In the absence of the overlay.