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Reattachment of a fractured tooth fragment is a conservative approach that helps to restore form, function, esthetics, and phonetics in a short time.

Reattachment procedures have become more predictable with developments in adhesive materials, posts, and preparation techniques that enhance the durability and strength of the procedure.

This article, published in the journal Conservative Dentistry and Endodontic Journal, discusses the management of two complicated crown fractures that were successfully treated by fragment reattachment using a minimally invasive approach.

In this study, the authors have discussed two case reports of fractured anterior teeth that were successfully reattached using fiber posts. In both cases, the tooth fragments were kept in distilled water before reattachment to prevent dehydration, which can impair esthetics.

Read about the cases in detail here: