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Uncomplicated Crown Fractures Pathology and Management

Uncomplicated Crown Fractures Pathology and Management

Uncomplicated Crown Fractures Pathology and Management Description. Crown fractures involving enamel and dentin without pulp exposure are called uncomplicated crown fractures.They may include incisal-proximal corners, incisal edges or lingual “chisel”-type fractures in anterior teeth, and, frequently, cusps in posterior teeth. Pathology. Crown fractures that expose dentinal tubules may potentially lead to contamination and inflammation of […]

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