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Invasive cervical resorption is entirely an uncommon entity in dental community that is not well understood. Accurate diagnosis of the situation and immediate treatment execution are prerequisites for long term retention of the tooth. Treatment procedure includes elimination of the resorptive tissue followed by restoring the defect with a suitable biocompatible material. The necessity of endodontic treatment depends on whether the defect had invaded the root canal or not. This case reportdoi:10.19177/jrd.v3e22015660-666 fatcat:zypegxr6gvhz5isf2lbegt2yve