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Dental trauma frequently takes the form of anterior teeth's coronal fractures. Following a fracture, the original tooth fragment is kept. Reattaching the broken piece to the remaining tooth can improve function, aesthetics, and psychological reaction. It is also a quicker and less difficult process. The coronal tooth fracture case described in this research was effectively treated by adhesive reattachment of the fractured fragment and post implantation.
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