MANAGEMENT OF COMPLICATED CROWN FRACTURE USING CVEK PULPOTOMY AND MODIFIED SIMONSONS TECHNIQUE
Case of 11 year old female patient with traumatized permanent maxillary right central incisor having complicated crown fracture is reported here. Endodontic management included partial pulpotomy (Cvek technique) to maintain pulpal vitality. Restorative management included nano hybrid composite resin restoration and reattachment of the teeth using modified Simonson’s technique with interproximal notches. Treatment was considered successful in this case according to the following criteria of success that was absence of clinical symptoms, absence of radiographic signs of pathology, and presence of pulpal vitality within 3 and 6 months follow up subsequently.