Complications of Root Surface Debridement

Jeni Thomas
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undergraduate Periodontology Note on Complications of Root Surface Debridement, created by Jeni Thomas on 05/03/2013.

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During procedure: Pain during procedure (use local analgesia) Excessive haemorrhage (use local analgesia with good vasoconstrictor) Gingival trauma (poor technique) Root surface damage (grooves) Damage to other soft tissues Trauma/severance of the apical vasculature, leading to pulp necrosis (in deep pockets) General patient-based complications Post therapy: Pain and discomfort Gingival recession may result, causing dentine sensitivity/poor aesthetics/increased risk of root caries

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