Fiber Post Used for Reattachment of Fractured Tooth Fragment: A Case Report

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Shafia Rashid

Abstract

Coronal fractures of the anterior teeth are a common form of dental trauma that mainly affects children and adolescents. In recent past conservative and aesthetic reattachment of the fractured teeth has gained popularity. It also restores function, provides a positive psychological response, and is a relatively simple procedure. In this case presented below is a case of Ellis class III horizontal fracture in respect to 11. In order to do conservative treatment a combination of external enamel bevel and internal dentinal groove has been used to enhance the bonding between the fractured fragment and the remaining tooth. The treatment was found to be successful both functionally and aesthetically at the 12-month follow-up.

Keywords:
Trauma, tooth fragments, conservative re-attachment, fiber post.

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Rashid, S. (2020). Fiber Post Used for Reattachment of Fractured Tooth Fragment: A Case Report. Asian Journal of Dental Sciences, 3(4), 25-28. Retrieved from https://journalajds.com/index.php/AJDS/article/view/30125
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