Fracture strength of tooth fragment reattachments with postpone bevel and overcontour reconstruction.
15 teeth were taken as a control (Group I) and remaining 75 teeth were divided equally and randomly into five Groups; Group II - Composite, Group III - Giomer, Group IV - Dual Cure Resin Cement, Group V - Resin Modified GIC, Group VI - Compomer based upon the materials to be used for reattachment.
Key Words: Reattachment, Fracture Anterior Teeth, Impact Strength.
In today's era of evidence - Reattachment procedures have proven to be a boon for patients with clinical crown fracture due to dentofacial trauma.
3 An ideal dental material used for reattachment must possess good fracture resistance, biocompatible, minimal gingival irritation and good bond strength.
Various materials such as adhesive systems, alone or in conjunction with flowable composite, microfilled composite, hybrid composites, nanocomposites, dual or chemically cured resin cements and glass ionomers; have been used for crown reattachment.
Currently, HBOT is officially approved for conditions such as cyanide or carbon monoxide poisoning, smoke inhalation, decompression sickness (the Bends), crush injuries, poor wound healing, tissue damage from radiation, skin grafts and limb reattachments.
This includes many people who have had an injury, a surgical wound or skin graft, plastic surgery, a limb reattachment, radiation therapy, burns, head trauma, or poisoning.