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In the treatment of crown fractures, adhesive fragment reattachment provides a good alternative to other restorative techniques, offering several advantages. The present paper reports a case in which the treatment of a cervical crown fracture was accomplished by reattaching the tooth fragment with a flowable resin composite. Orthodontic root extrusion was performed with a modified Hawley appliance prior to fragment reattachment. The clinical and radiographic results after 2.5 years were successful.
Cengiz, S. Burcak; Kocadereli, Ilken; Güngör, H. Cem; and Altay, Nil, "Adhesive Fragment Reattachment after Orthodontic Extrusion: A Case Report" (2005). School of Dentistry Faculty Research and Publications. 476.
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