Biological Restoration of a Grossly Decayed Deciduous Mandibular Molar 139-141
Dr. Shivani Mathur, M.D.S
Department of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry,
Government Dental College,
This article reports a case of 7-year old child, in whom a severely damaged primary molar was biologically restored using a tooth obtained from another patient. After clinical evaluation, extracted tooth was adjusted to the prepared primary molar, it was autoclaved and bonded to the primary molar with dual cure resin cement. Occlusal adjustment was performed and periodic clinical follow up was carried out at 6 month and 12 month interval. In this case report, the use of biological restorations as a possible alternative treatment for rehabilitation of severely destroyed primary teeth is discussed.