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Quintessence International



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Quintessence Int 31 (2000), No. 2     1. Feb. 2000
Quintessence Int 31 (2000), No. 2  (01.02.2000)

Page 129-132

Use of an existing post to rerestore an endodontically treated tooth with a new post-and-core complex and crown: A case report
Bogert, Meredith C. / Boston, Daniel W.
Replacement of a post-and-core restoration that has failed because of caries or fracture presents a restorative challenge to the general dentist. This case report describes a new technique that enables the utilization of an unremovable preexisting post in the fabrication of a new post-and-core complex. This complex served as a foundation for a restoration that restored form and function to the patient's dentition.