Restoration of endodontically treated teeth without posts.
Dr. Ove A. Peters: 0000-0001-5222-8718
American Journal of Dentistry
PURPOSE: To describe the treatment of a patient with a dismal oral situation after successful cure for drug addiction.
METHODS: After root canal treatment and surgical pretreatment, four maxillary glass-fiber reinforced composite fixed partial dentures, anchored by endo-crowns instead of post and core, were fabricated (Targis & Vectris). Additionally, full crowns on four dental implants and an inlay were produced of non-reinforced composite (Targis). All restorations were luted adhesively to abutments with a three component adhesive system (Syntac Classic), light-curing composite (Tetric) and an ultrasonic insertion technique.
RESULTS: An esthetic and functional acceptable result was achieved. Excessive removal of tooth structure by post preparation may weaken the root.
Göhring, T. N.,
Peters, O. A.
Restoration of endodontically treated teeth without posts..
American Journal of Dentistry, 16(5), 313–317.
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