Author(s): Jain V, Gupta R, Duggal R, Parkash H
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Abstract These cases had been discussed having massive coronal fracture, rotation and intrusion of teeth. In case one, both the central incisors, i.e. 11 and 21 were fractured only one-third of tooth material was remaining. In case two, 21 was fractured and intruded. In case three, 12 and 21 were avulsed and 11 was rotated and intruded. These cases were successfully treated by multidisciplinary approach. Fractured crown with periapical pathology were endodontically treated and then rotated and intruded teeth were repositioned by removable or fixed orthodontic appliance. Subsequent to endodontic and orthodontic treatment prosthodontic rehabilitation was done.
This article was published in J Indian Soc Pedod Prev Dent
and referenced in Dentistry