Modern Research in Dentistry

Revascularization/Revitalization & Regeneration in Endodontics - Quo Vadis?

  • Open or Close James L Gutmann*

    Department of Dentistry, Texas A & M University, USA

    *Corresponding author: James L Gutmann, Professor Emeritus, College of Dentistry, Texas A & M University, Dallas, Texas, USA, Email: jlg4570@aol.com

Submission: November 16, 2017; Published: November 29, 2017

Volume1 Issue2
November 2017


Endodontics (Endodontology) is that branch of dentistry that deals with the morphology, physiology, and pathology of the human dental pulp and tooth-supporting peri-radicular tissues. Management of diseases of these tissues clinically and technically is often quite challenging due to the highly diverse anatomical nature of the pulpal space, and the ability of root canal procedures to remove the diseased pulp and permit healing of the supporting tissues.

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