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Rebonding broken tooth - Courtesy ROOTS

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From: Ananya Bhooshan
To: ROOTS
Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2010 4:23 PM
Subject: [roots] rebonding of broken tooth

Case Report

A male patient 45 year of age came to the clinic with 
a broken front tooth .On examination patient presented with
a extened complicated fracture involving  enamel ,dentin, 
and pulp . patient had gone to another clinic on the day
of the fall and he had swelling and pain in the tooth for 
which he was given antibiotics and analgesic and a
radiogragh was taken .It revealed  fracture involing pulp. 
when patient came to our clinic  11 was tender on
percussion  and there was no obivious swelling intraorally
and extra orally  .Fractured fragment was only attached
to the gingiva . The fragment was removed and conserved 
in physiological saline  for  4 days.

Tx done

RCT was performed in 2 steps using protaper and obturates 
with warm vertical condensation using ah plus as sealer and GP cones.

The broken fragment was bonded to the tooth after preparing 
a nayyar core with composite itself- Ananya Bhooshan

can you tell me what is nayyar core? are you planning to place a post and crown later on? - Kishore nallapati.

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