CROWN DILACERATION IN MANDIBULAR PERMANENT INCISOR - A CASE REPORT
Crown dilaceration in permanent teeth is a rare malformation representing 3% of the total dento- alveolar injuries. It presents as a sharp bend or displacement of the crown from the long axis of the tooth with compromised esthetic and function. Treatment options may include endodontic, restorative, orthodontic, surgical or combination of these. This case report describes the management of crown dilaceration in mandibular incisor treated with nonsurgical endodontic treatment and direct composite restoration.