Rehabilitation of anterior teeth with direct composite resin restorations: 3-year follow-up

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Edition V16N03 | Year 2019 | Editorial Artigo Inédito | Pages 10 to 21

Lucas Neitzel Gerard, Alexandra Rubin Cocco, Rafael Guerra Lund, Rudimar Antônio Baldissera e Josué Martos.

Introduction: Fractures in anterior teeth are frequently considered as emergencies in dental practice. Crown fractures not considered complicated involve enamel and dentin and may receive different levels of treatment, such as bonding the dental element or restoring it with composite materials. Objective: The goal of this study was to perform aesthetic and func- tional rehabilitation through the use of composite resins. Three cases of patients who suffered different degrees of uncomplicated crown fractures in upper central incisors were treated with direct composite resin restorations. Results: Treatment with resins composite restoration of aesthetics and function was adopted in all three cases. Conclusion: Three years of follow-up with clinical and radiographic exams revealed successful rehabilitation of fractured teeth.

Dental restoration, permanent, Fractures, Case report,

Gerard LN, Cocco AR, Lund RG, Baldissera RA, Martos J. Rehabilitation of anterior teeth with direct composite resin restorations: 3-year follow-up. J Clin Dent Res. 2019 Sep-Dec;16(3):10-21.

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