Fragment Re-Attachment: A Series Of 2 Case Reports
Dental trauma to maxillary central incisors is a relatively common occurence in children. There are several modalities available for treatment of such teeth. One such technique is fragment re-attachment, also termed as Biological Restoration of the tooth. Its better than the conventional restorative techniques because its minimally invasive, esthetically pleasing, cost effective and a chairside method of restoration.1,2,5 This manuscript presents two case reports of Ellis class 3 fracture of an anterior tooth treated endodontically followed by reattachment of the fractured fragment. The ease of technique and cost effectiveness are the two mainstays
for this procedure to be popularly used in countries where access to dental health care facilities is difficult.