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Restoration of Endodontically Treated Teeth (02)

  •   Prior to performing any dental procedure, the clinician must first examine the patient and arrive at a diagnosis. Following this process, a treatment plan can be formulated based on the medical and dental history, the clinical and radiographic examination, and the patient’s needs and chief complaint.
  • Anterior teeth that exhibit mesial and distal restoration should be restored with a post and core prior to the placement of a crown.  The loss of both marginal ridges and a lingual access opening leaves the facial portion of the tooth unsupported.
  •   Mandibular incisors and maxillary lateral incisors would always require  a post and core before placing an artificial crown.

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