MTA Cvek Pulpotomy Followed by Fragment Re-Attachment in Traumatized Young Permanent Maxillary Left Central Incisor – A Case Report

Abul Khair Zalan                                BDS

Khadeejah Khalil Zubairy                 BDS

Hira Zaman                                         BDS, MDS

Anser Maxood                                    BDS, FRACDS, FICD, MSc

Anika Gul                                            BDS

Miraat Anser                                       BDS

Most common form of dental trauma in children are the fractures of crown mainly in anterior teeth. A case of complicated crown fracture treated with Cvek pulpotomy using MTA followed by fragment re-attachment with careful follow-up is presented here. Tooth fragment re-attachment provides feasible conservative alternative approach to restore esthetics and tooth function. Successful outcomes have been shown by the long term follow up of the treatment with the preservation of pulp vitality and continued development of root. Clinical results have also shown good esthetics and functional results of presented technique.
KEYWORDS: Complicated crown fracture, Cvek pulpotomy, MTA, fragment re-attachment
HOW TO CITE: Zalan AK, Zubairy KK, Zaman H, Maxood A, Gul A, Anser M. MTA cvek pulpotomy followed by fragment re-attachment in traumatized young permanent maxillary left central incisor – A case report. J Pak Dent Assoc 2021;30(1):70-73.
Received: 24 July 2020, Accepted: 18 November 2020
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