Adhesive Reattachment in Fractured Maxillary Premolars: A Case Report
Author(s): Nikhil Mankar*, Rutuja Rajnekar, Karuna Burde and Pradnya Nikhade
Trauma is the prime causative factor for fracture of teeth. However, the majority of posterior fractured teeth have a limited number of options when trying to save them. When the tooth fragments are still available and the biological width is not or minimally impacted, reattaching them may be an option for managing tooth fractures. This case report describes a complicated oblique crown fracture of the maxillary right premolars in an adolescent caused by a fall, which was treated with adhesive tooth fragment reattachment.