07 Feb A Case of Fractured Lateral Incisor
Performed by: Shivangi Gajwani Jain
Abstract: When working on a single anterior tooth/crown, it is difficult to match it perfectly to the rest of the teeth. Lab support is critical in such cases and many a times the details get lost in communication. Sharing one such case. Patient is a 28yr old female with history of trauma leading to fracture of right lateral incisor.
The broken fragment was bonded post root canal 3months back as a temporary solution by another dentist.
Her Major Concern: Esthetics.
Treatment rendered: Gingivectomy, Post and core build up with Emax Crown.
#1 28 yrs old patient. H/O trauma
#2 Root canal was done 3months back and the broken fragment bonded to the remaining tooth.
#3 Concerns: Esthetics and longevity, fear of losing this tooth
#5 Part of Old fragment removed
#6 Broken / re bonded part
#7 Old composite, caries and stains
#8 Isolation in Progress, More teeth for better visualization and ease of working
#9 Cavity preps in Central and canine. All clean
#10 Cavity preps in Central and canine
#11 Post and Core build up
#12 Adjacent fillings done. Post and Core build up done: Labial View
#13 Post and Core build up. Palatal view
#14 #15 Post Op Xray and Buccal view: Single cord
#16 Buccal view: Double cord
#17 Stump Shade
#19 Crown: Emax
#20 Healing after 4 days, immediately after temporary removal
#21 Immediately post bonding
#22 Palatal view
#23 Recall, Gingival healing
#24 Recall: Smile