Recovering function and aesthetics of a fractured tooth using the immediate dentoalveolar restoration technique: Case report with a 3-year follow-up

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Edition V08N01 | Year 2014 | Editorial Caso Clínico | Pages 86 to 94

José Carlos Martins da Rosa, Ariádene Cristina Pértile de Oliveira Rosa, Carlos Eduardo Francischone, Bruno Salles Sotto-Maior

The prognoses of root fracture, endodontic failure or advanced periodontal disease are not favorable. The treatment of choice for such patients includes removal of the tooth and implant therapy. Root fracture is commonly associated with bone loss, especially in the buccal wall, and the aesthetic risk is increased. This article describes the use of the Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration technique to restore a compromised socket through bone graft, implant placement and immediate function in a patient with a complicated crown-root fracture in the maxillary central incisor. The patient was followed up clinically and tomographically for 3 years.

Dental implant, Fresh socket, Bone graft, Immediate loading,

Rosa JCM, Rosa ACPO, Francischone CE, Sotto-Maior BS. Recovering function and aesthetics of a fractured tooth using the immediate dentoalveolar restoration technique: Case report with a 3-year follow-up. Dental Press Implantol. 2014 Jan-Mar;8(1):86-94.

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