Dr. Saurabh Arora completed his BDS from BIDSH, Patna in 2004 and MDS in Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics from Darshan Dental College and Hospital, Udaipur in 2010. Since then he has been working as an academician. He is an avid Endodontic practitioner backed with in depth industry insights.
He has published several articles in both national and international journals.
Earned fellowship from FICCDE Singapore and holding an Eminent post for board of Directors in APOF and being an Assistant Editor in APD journal, he is also an active member of DSAI and president of Punjab.
He has been awarded by the chief minister of Uttarakhand for his Dental services to the community.
Endodontic Perforations represent pathologic or iatrogenic communications between the root canal space and the attachment apparatus. The causes of perforations are resorptive defects, caries, or iatrogenic events that occur during and after endodontic treatment. Regardless of aetiology, a perforation is an invasion into the supporting structures that initially incites inflammation and loss of attachment and ultimately may compromise the prognosis of the tooth.
When evaluating a perforated tooth, there are a number of factors that must be considered individually and collectively to properly guide treatment. Treating clinicians must identify the four dimensions of a perforation and understand how each of these entities critically affects treatment selection and prognosis.