Aesthetic Rehabilitation of Subgingival Fractures with Forced Eruption: Case Reports ZD13-ZD15
Dr. Juhi Ansar,
Senior Lecturer, Department of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics,
Institute of Dental Sciences, Bareilly, India.
Aesthetic rehabilitation of sub-gingival crown fractures of the maxillary anterior tooth present extreme challenges to the dental surgeon. The prognosis of traumatized tooth depends on accurate diagnosis and physiological status of the involved tooth. This paper discusses two different cases of subgingival fracture of maxillary anterior tooth that was managed by two different technique of forced eruption. After endodontic management and forced eruption, esthetic rehabilitation was completed by placing post and core, and all ceramic crown. The final result was successful and resulted in good esthetics and secured periodontal health.