Partial Pulpotomy with BioAggregate in Complicated Crown Fractures: Three Case Reports


JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY, vol.40, no.1, pp.31-35, 2016 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier identifier


This report describes three cases of complicated crown fractures treated with partial pulpotomy using BioAggregate. Three maxillary permanent central incisors with complicated crown fracture were treated by partial pulpotomy using BioAggregate and reviewed clinically and radiographically for 24 months. Throughout this period, there was no spontaneous pain, periapical radiolucency, and coronal discoloration; the pulp was observed to be vital. Based on these findings, it was concluded that BioAggregate can be used in partial pulpotomy treatment of complicated crown fracture.