Orthodontic forced eruption: case report of an alternative treatment for subgingivally fractured young permanent incisors

Zyskind, Karin; Zyskind, Daniel; Soskolne, W. Aubrey; Harary, Doron
June 1992
Quintessence International;Jun1992, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p393
Academic Journal
Case Study
Subgingivally fractured incisors are still a challenge to treat. A case report is used as a basis for reviewing the different treatment options, which involve either extraction or preservation of the root. A multidisciplinary approach, using orthodontic forced eruption, is presented in detail.


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