Diagnosis, treatment planning & management of patient undergoing orthodontic therapy with blunderbuss canal’s in relation to one or multiple tooth requires a precise scientific approach based on sound principles. Interdisciplinary therapy integrates individual disciplines to function as a comprehensive unit providing consistent and predictable treatment results. A thorough logical diagnostic approach and treatment planning must be executed by each member of endodontic-orthodontic team when an esthetic and healthy makeover of a patient’s dentition is planned. Precise communication is important to provide patients with desired
results. This case report presents one such approach for diagnosis, treatment planning & management of patient undergoing orthodontic therapy with blunderbuss canal’s in relation to one or multiple tooth. After careful clinical and radiographic evaluation, the patient was diagnosed with Angle’s Class I malocclusion with spacing in maxillary and mandibular arch, and blunderbuss canal’s irt 35&45. The treatment consisted of initial endodontic approach by starting treatment irt 35 and 45, followed by fixed orthodontic approach using passive self-ligating bracket system and by-passing the endodontically treated tooth. Regular followup
to observe apexogenesis and continuous evaluation of the case is being done.
Blunderbuss Canal,Apexogenesis,Endodontic therapy,Plateletrich fibrin,Bone regeneration,MTA,Self ligation,