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Management of a crown-root fracture in central incisors with 180° rotation: A case report

Safoora Sahebi, Vahid Dolatkhah, Nooshin Sadat Shojaee
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Abstract

ABSTRACT: The crown-root fracture is a common tooth injury which compromises the biological width and need proper endodontic and prosthodontic treatment to achieve acceptable clinical outcome. This case report describes clinical management of crown-root fracture in maxillary central incisors which was successfully treated by forceps eruption with 180˚ rotation to restore the biological width. The patient was followed-up for 18 months. Clinical and radiographic evaluation showed acceptable results, the replanted teeth have normal function and no obvious inflammatory root resorption was seen on radiographic examination.


Keywords

Biologic width, Forceps eruption, Tooth fractures, Tooth injuries.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.22037/iej.v6i4.2467

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