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Natl J Integr Res Med. 2016; 7(5): 98-100

Conservative Management Of Endodontically Treated Mandibular Molar By Indirect Composite: A Novel Approach

Kaushik Adeshra*, Sarfaraz Memon**, Ninad Bhatt***, Ronak Patel****.

Introduction: The patientís desire for esthetics, coupled with the decreasing use of amalgam, requires that clinicians be comfortable and proficient in the use and placement of tooth-colored restoratives.Case Report: A 30 yrs old male came with chief complaint of large metallic filling on lower left back region came to the department for esthetic restoration. Patient had dental history of endodontic treatment with 36,37,46,47 and periodontal surgery with 46,47. Patient was advised by endodontic department for proper restoration of endodontically treated teeth to avoid fracture of treated tooth.Discussion: Indirect composite restorations demonstrate enhanced physical properties and predictable clinical performance having less polymerization shrinkage than direct composites. There is more strength in highly filled indirect composite. One of the most important attributes of indirect composite is the ability to create ideal contours and contacts with adjacent and opposing teeth that might be difficult to achieve clinically with large, directly placed composite restorations. [Kaushik ANJIRM 2016; 7(5):98-100]

Key words: Indirect Composite, Endodontically treated teeth, Direct Composites

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