Aim: To provide a three-dimensional representation of external cervical resorption
(ECR) with microscopy, stereo microscopy, cone beam computed tomography (CT),
microfocus CT and scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
Summary: External cervical resorption is an aggressive form of root resorption, leading
to a loss of dental hard tissues. This is due to clastic action, activated by a damage of
the covering cementum and stimulated probably by infection. Clinically, it is a challenging...
Authors: V. Gunst, A. Mavridou, B. Huybrechts, G. Van Gorp, L. Bergmans, P. Lambrechts