Case report

A 39-year-old man came to us for evaluation and treatment for his front tooth. Extraoral tissue investigation was normal. Intraoral investigation revealed there was slighty swelling og gingiva around the broken tooth due to calculus. A clinical diagnosis of irreversible pulpitis was established. After administering local anesthesia, we did endodontic treatment to this tooth. Single visit endodontic done continued with fiber post to make a core build up in this tooth in order to prepare it for a crown. Since this is front tooth, patient decided to have a full porcelain crown instead of porcelain fused to metal crown for aesthetic reason. The next week, he came again to have the crown fixed. This condition needs only 2 sessions and one week time.


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