Interdisciplinary Strategies in Management of Sub-Gingivally Fractured Teeth - A Sync at Various Levels
Vishnusripriya J1*, Anil Melath2, Subair K3 and Saicharan G4
1Senior Lecturer, Department of Periodontics, Mahe Institiute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, India
2HOD, Department of Periodontics, Mahe Institiute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, India
3Professor, Department of Periodontics, Mahe Institiute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, India
4Senior Lecturer, Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics, Mahe Institiute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, India
*Corresponding Author: Vishnu Sri Priya J, Mahe Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chalakkara, Palloor, Mahe, India.
Received: January 17, 2022; Published: February 15, 2022
Sub gingivally fractured tooth requires a precisely planned interdisciplinary management strategies and complete understanding of the lesion. Complicated sub gingivally fractured teeth poses difficulties for the dentists to design efficient treatment plans as they demand interdisciplinary knowledge and approach. A comprehensive understanding of newer techniques, materials and their limitations is essential for achieving more functional and long-lasting anticipated results for the patient with such conditions. This review deals with various conventional treatment approaches and their contemporary modifications in treating a sub-gingivally fractured teeth.
Keywords: Sub Gingivally Fractured; Interdisciplinary; Contemporary; Treatment
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