"International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences"

Vol-1, Issue-1

Uncomplicated crown fracture: A biological management option

Author: Sapna C. M., Renjith Kumar, Rakesh R. Rajan, Priya R.


Dental trauma often results in a fractured anterior tooth crown. The conventional management of these cases involves a direct composite resin restoration, which is riddled with disadvantages. More recently, reattachment of the fractured segment has been suggested as a treatment modality. The present article reports a case of uncomplicated crown fracture of an incisor tooth managed by reattachment, with a 12-month follow-up.

Fig: 12-month follow-up radiograph

Fig: Immediate post-operative view

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