alexa Reattachment using a fragment from an extracted tooth to treat complicated coronal fracture.
Dentistry

Dentistry

Dentistry

Author(s): Demarco FF, de Moura FR, Tarquinio SB, Lima FG

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Abstract Reattachment of fragment is the preferred alternative to restore the fractured teeth, offering several advantages. Partial pulpotomy has demonstrated satisfactory results as a conservative treatment for pulp exposures because of trauma. This study reports a case in which the treatment of a complicated coronal fracture was accomplished by partial pulpotomy and reattachment of a dental fragment obtained from an extracted tooth using composite resin. The results show the feasibility of the conservative pulp therapy and the restorative approach. This article was published in Dent Traumatol and referenced in Dentistry

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