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Buccolingual root dilacerations depicted in radiovisiography (rvg) – An in vitro study

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Dr. Shweta Varma, Dr. Ajay Bhoosreddy, Dr. Sonal Patil, Dr. Kalyani Vaijwade and Dr. Mala Jaisinghani
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Abstract: 

Purpose: The purpose of the present study was to see the appearance of buccolingual dilacerations of the root on RadioVisioGraphy. Material and Methods: 50 buccolingually dilacerated extracted teeth were collected and graded based on the degree of severity of root curvature. They were then mounted on wax and examined on RVG. These RVG images were then categorized into five types as per Young Ho Kim et al. Objectives: I. To group the extracted dilacerated tooth based on the degree of severity of root curvature. II. To categorize the RVG views based on the degree of severity of root curvature: 1. Indistinct type 2. Clear blunt on the root tip 3. Stepping on root tip 4. Bull’s eye 5. Normal type Results: Of all the teeth 1st molars were more common buccolingually dilacerated teeth followed by premolars, 3rd molars, 2nd molars and canine. As the degree of severity of root curvature increases, the blunt type and the stepping type were more commonly observed on RVG. Conclusions: Within the scope of our study we can conclude that although 3D imaging has been used as diagnostic confirmatory test for buccolingual root dilaceration 2D imaging can be used as diagnostic screening test.

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