Volume 2 Issue 2 (April - June, 2016)

Review Articles

Harshit Singhania, Vinisha Pandey

Coronal fracture by trauma is the most frequent type of dental injury in the permanent teeth. Therefore re- attachment of coronal fragments to the remaining tooth using minimally invasive techniques i.e. using dental fragments & adhesive materials as well as composite build up can provide high fracture resistance & aesthetics to restored tooth which is known as BIOLOGICAL RESTORATION.
Key words: Biological restoration, minimally invasive dentistry.

Corresponding author: Dr. Harshit Singhania, BDS final year student, Rama Dental College Kanpur

This article may be cited as:  Singhania H, Pandey V. Biological Restoration in Dentistry- A Review. Int J Res Health Allied Sci 2016;2(2):11-12.

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