ISSN 2409-5834

Reattachment of fractured tooth fragment: A case report.

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Arun Sharma, Karuna Sharma, Charanjeet Singh, Parkhi Bhatnaggar

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Coronal fracture of anterior teeth is a common form of dental trauma that mainly affects the children and adolescent. One of the options for managing coronal teeth fracture when the tooth fragment is available is the reattachment at dental fragment. Tooth fragment reattachment provides conservative, safe, aesthetically pleasing results and also restores tooth’s original anatomy, form, color, surface texture and provides a positive psychological response of the patient. This article discusses dental fragment reattachment technique and presents clinical case of coronal fracture involving enamel, dentin and pulp exposure

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