Tooth 1.6 has a negative response to cold test + an isolated deep narrow pocket and the patient complains of discomfort in the upper right area. How can we differentiate endo-perio lesion and VRF in that case?
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Tooth 1.6 after successful initial treatment has 5mm pocket + BOP + Buccal grade II furcation involvement, no mobility. For the treatment of b-II furcation involvement, we choose GTR+ bone graft. Should we also choose open flap debridement with apically positioned flap for the 5mm pocket with BOP?
Tooth 1.7 has 6 mm pocket with BOP( disto-vestibular and disto-lingual ) and tooth 1.8 is absent. My question is should we include this pocket as a periodontal case? If not, Should we treat this non-periodontal case with perio surgery? And how do we treat other non-periodontal cases?I remember that there are 5 non-periodontal cases, but I am not sure of the treatment options. Could you check them, please?1- gingival recession of traumatic origin - treatment is mucogingival surgery procedures2- Dental caries extending in the cervical area of the tooth - resto treatment, what can we do after with the presence of CAL?3- The presence of CAL on the distal aspect of a second molar and associated with the extraction of a 3rd molar - distal wedge4 - endo - perio lesion - RCT5- VRT - extraction