Immediate Crown Replacement: a case report of extensive radicular fracture with intra-canal anchorage
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Aim: Fracture by trauma is one of the most common type of dental injury in the permanent dentition. The purpose of this case report is to present the multidisciplinary management of a subgingival crownroot fracture in one patient.
Summary: In this article we report one case of complicated crown-radicular fractures reattachment, in a traumatized maxillary permanent central incisor, which was treated with a novel method preserving coronal integrity after fiber post placement.
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