AN ANTICIPATION TO REUNITE - FRAGMENT REATTACHMENT: A CASE REPORT WITH LITERATURE REVIEW
*Dr. Deveshi Nigam, Dr. Naveen Manuja, Dr. Sagnik Dipta Panja, Dr. Shruti Verma, Dr. Keshav Kumar Mangalam and Dr. Dipen Majumder
Complicated crown-root fracture of maxillary central and lateral incisors is frequent in case of severe trauma or sports-related injury, because of the anterior positioning of the tooth in oral cavity and their protrusive eruptive pattern. One of the best treatment protocol concerning about aesthetics, function as well as patients acceptance is reattachment of a fractured fragment to the remaining tooth, since it restores the original form, colour, contour, surface texture and also provides a psychological comfort to the patient. This clinical case report focuses on the successful reattachment of fractured crown-root segment using glass-fibre post. After a year, the reattached fragment still has satisfying esthetics and excellent function.
Keywords: Fragment reattachment, Glass Fibre post, Rehabilitation, Crown Fracture, Finishing and Polishing.
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