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Figure 5: Surgical management of an internal resorption through a retrofilling with MTA (tooth 11). (a) Preoperative view: presence of a sinus tract. (b) Preoperative intraoral radiography with a gutta percha point in the sinus tract, leading to the source of infection [11]. (c), (d), and (e) Sagittal, coronal, and axial CBCT cross-sections. (f) Surgical cleaning of the root resorptive lesion and retrofilling with MTA. (g) Postoperative periapical X-ray of the root treatment: the filling is dense without overfilling. (h) One year followup: the clinical view confirms the sinus tract disappearance and the healthy appearance of the gums. (i) Periapical X-ray corroborates the periodontal regeneration in close contact with MTA filling.