Generalized pulp stones: report of a case with 6-year follow-up
International Endodontic Journal, 07/01/2011
Donta C et al. – Pulp stones were radiographically detected in the pulp chamber of all permanent teeth in a 25–year–old woman with mild mental retardation who presented for endodontic treatment on tooth no 11 (FDI). The patient’s medical, dental and family history was noncontributory. The pulp stone in the pulp chamber of tooth no 11 was removed during canal filing, and root canal treatment completed uneventfully. Six years later, the patient was re–evaluated and the pulp stones were unchanged radiographically.