Updated post with full-text article: How would you manage this case: crown fracture with complicated chisel-type fracture?
This case was presented in the Dental Traumatology journal (December 2013). We are asking for your feedback on how you would treat this case. The full-text article is now available.
The Clinical Case
A 24-year-old male patient came to The Department of Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics at the Dental Clinic in Vojvodina with dental injury of the maxillary left central incisor. The patient reported a sport injury that had occurred the night before during a football match.
Clinical and radiographic examination revealed a complicated oblique crown fracture that extended subgingivally on the mesiopalatal area with a single fragment, attached only by periodontal ligament fibers as well as widely open pulp chamber.
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