Issue One 2020
2020, Vol. 7, issue 1, (January)
Direct composite build-up on traumatized central incisors. A case report
The complicated crown-root fractures with pulp exposure appear to be one of the hardest tasks the dentists face nowadays. To provide the best treatment for traumatized teeth they must do an adequate treatment plan, to put a correct diagnose and to perform an proper follow-up. In such cases the dentist must preserve as much root dentin as possible to provide reliable endodontic treatment and restoration. Around 22% of the children between age of 8 to 10 experienced traumatic injuries in permanent dentition that affect especially maxillary central incisors. Because of the present periodontal trauma a significant importance for the good prognosis and high quality treatment is the medical intervention on time.
Authors:Milena Georgieva-Dimitrova; Department of Pediatric Dental Medicine, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Medical University-Varna;
Radosveta Andreeva-Borisova; Department of Pediatric Dental Medicine, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Medical University-Varna;