Ed's note: This image shared by Lisa on 15th Feb 2009, and reposted following a site restructuring.
Only the crown and coronal part of the root is affected. These lesions are often associated with inflammation of the surrounding gingival attachment. Radiographically there is no loss of the periodontal ligament space, or root canal and the root mostly remains intact. Bothe roots should be completely extracted
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