Self Cure Acrylic and Stapler Pin Retrieval from Maxillary Central Tooth: A Case Report

Farah Mushtaq1             BDS, FCPS
Nouman Noor2               BDS, FCPS
Nouman Anayat3           BDS, FCPS
Ahmed Yar4                    BDS, FCPS

 

 

 

In dental practice, discovery of a foreign body entrapment within the root canal is not uncommon. The foreign object may have
been accidently lodged due to traumatic injuries, iatrogenically during treatment or it may be a self-inflicted injury. The patient
usually reports only when he/she experiences pain with foreign object discoverable on radiographic examination. In this report,
a 20-year-old female was diagnosed with a stapler pin lodged in a permanent maxillary central incisor canal along with self
cure acrylic.
KEYWORDS: Apexification, Mineral trioxide aggregate, Stapler pin
HOW TO CITE: Mushtaq F, Noor N, Anayat N, Yar A. Self cure acrylic and stapler pin retrieval from maxillary central tooth:
Acase report. J Pak Dent Assoc 2022;31(2):106-109.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.25301/JPDA.312.107
Received: 24 July 2021, Accepted: 16 February 2022

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