A histologic study of replanted and transplanted endodontically and nonendodontically treated teeth in dogs
The results of this study indicate that replanted teeth are more acceptable to the host animal than transplanted teeth. The replanted teeth that have been endodontically treated appear to be the most acceptable of the groups studied on the basis of differences observed in bone and cementum resorption. There appears to be little difference between endodontic and nonendodontic replants with respect to ankylosis and bone deposition. Neither ankylosis nor fibrous attachment was observable with any transplanted specimens. © 1969.
Rothschild, D. L.; Goodman, A. A.; and Blakey, K. R., "A histologic study of replanted and transplanted endodontically and nonendodontically treated teeth in dogs" (1969). College of Dentistry Faculty Publications. 212.