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Tooth fracture: fragment reattachment and cusp build-up

Fig. 1

Fracture of the lingual cusps due to trauma following fainting

Fig. 2


The fractured portion of the tooth is extracted atraumatically; the fracture line is located on the root below the gingiva

Fig. 3-4


Both the tooth fragment and the tooth are treated to allow the reattachment of the fragment to the tooth

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The final result following the tooth fragment reattachment to the tooth and the reconstruction of the remaining portion of the lingual cusp

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