Journal of Applied Dental
and Medical Sciences
Journal of Applied Dental and Medical Sciences is A Quarterly Published


Managing fractured central incisor with RICHMOND CROWN –A Case report

Antariksha Dod , Anil Kumar K , Amrita Pandita , Swapnil Raut , Shyam Game 


Most common encountered problems in dental practice is patients with fractured anterior tooth and having very steep incisal guidance. Such cases are restored endodontically when involved with pulp. Tooth with very less remaining crown height is indicated for post and core with crown over it to restore the normal anatomy, function and esthetics. Richmond crown is very much indicated in single tooth situations with very less incisal clearance to accommodate core and crown thickness or with very less remaining clinical crown.In this article diagnosis, treatment planning for the case has been discussed along with fabrication technique of Richmond crown.

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