Rehabilitation of the Breached Tooth Fragment– A Minimal Invasive Cosmetic Approach: An Original Case Series
Tooth fractures are often reported as emergencies in dental practice. Coronal fractures of the anterior teeth are a prevalent cause of dental trauma in children and teenagers. It's a tragic situation that necessitates prompt care and quick functional and esthetic repair. The clinician's main difficulty when dealing with these types of dental injuries is to re-establish the natural esthetics of the traumatized anterior tooth. There are several therapeutic options for this condition, one of which is reattachment of the fractured component itself. Because of its simplicity, natural esthetics, and preservation of tooth structure, reattachment of a tooth fragment should be the first choice and a feasible alternative to conventional approaches. For a successful prognosis, the patient's cooperation and comprehension of the treatment's limitations is essential. This paper presents a report of two clinical cases on managing complicated crown fractures, where the restoration of the fractured anterior teeth using the residual tooth fragment was supported by fiber post system.
Keywords: Complicated Crown Fracture, Fiber post, Fractured Tooth Fragment, Internal grooving.
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