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Figure 1: (a) Maxillary occlusal radiograph showing the buccolingual extension of the lesion. (b) Root diversion of the lateral incisor (double white arrow) was observed. (c) The lesion overlapped the lateral incisor and canine. (d) Obturation using lateral compaction technique. (e) After 16 months. (f) The lateral incisor regained its normal horizontal alignment and the canine continued root formation. (g) After 26 months. (h) Periapical radiograph showing well-defined radiolucent area related to the maxillary right incisors. (i) Obturation by lateral compaction technique. (j) After 6 months. (k) After 40 months.

Figure 1: (a) Maxillary occlusal radiograph showing the buccolingual extension of the lesion. (b) Root diversion of the lateral incisor (double white arrow) was observed. (c) The lesion overlapped the lateral incisor and canine. (d) Obturation using lateral compaction technique. (e) After 16 months. (f) The lateral incisor regained its normal horizontal alignment and the canine continued root formation. (g) After 26 months. (h) Periapical radiograph showing well-defined radiolucent area related to the maxillary right incisors. (i) Obturation by lateral compaction technique. (j) After 6 months. (k) After 40 months.