• Case report •
WANG De-fang, JIA Shuang, YE Rong-rong, BAO Xiang-jun
Foundation of Shanghai Municipal Health Bureau, 20134162
Objective To restore the clearance between maxillary central incisors by everStick ® fibre reinforced composite. Methods A 56-year-old female patient with a clearance of 2.5 mm between maxillary central incisors refused to restore by porcelain crowns or undergo orthodontic treatment. The clearance between maxillary central incisors was restored by everStick ® fibre reinforced composite (PERIO type), flow resin, and 3M light-cured composite resin. Results The restoration showed no signs of loosening, debonding, or cracking during 6-30 months follow-up. No secondary caries were found between the restoration and adjacent surfaces of teeth. The color of restoration is stable and beautiful and no obvious margin dying was found. Conclusion The restoration of clearance between maxillary central incisors by PERIO type everStick ® fibre reinforced composite is successful. The abrasion resistance and mechanical strength of the restoration are satisfactory with no damage to tooth tissues of abutments and the color was stable and beautiful. This restoring method is suitable for patients with large clearance between maxillary central incisors who do not wish to undergo the fixed prothesis.
fibre reinforced composites,
clearance between maxillary central incisor,
flow resin;3M light-cured composite
WANG De-fang, JIA Shuang, YE Rong-rong, et al. Restoration of clearance between maxillary central incisors by everStick ® fibre reinforced composite: a case report[J]. , doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1674-8115.2015.09.037.
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