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Figure 1: (a) Axial plane cone-beam computed tomography analysis of invasive cervical resorption irt 21, (b) coronal plane cone-beam computed tomography analysis, (c) sagittal plane cone-beam computed tomography analysis of invasive cervical resorption irt 21, (d) preoperative intraoral photograph (buccal view), (e) working length determination irt 21, (f) obturation radiograph, (g) mucoperiosteal flap reflection, (h) immediate postoperative radiograph, (i) postoperative 6-month follow-up (palatal view), (j) postoperative 6-month follow-up (buccal view)

Figure 1: (a) Axial plane cone-beam computed tomography analysis of invasive cervical resorption irt 21, (b) coronal plane cone-beam computed tomography analysis, (c) sagittal plane cone-beam computed tomography analysis of invasive cervical resorption irt 21, (d) preoperative intraoral photograph (buccal view), (e) working length determination irt 21, (f) obturation radiograph, (g) mucoperiosteal flap reflection, (h) immediate postoperative radiograph, (i) postoperative 6-month follow-up (palatal view), (j) postoperative 6-month follow-up (buccal view)