Restoration of Pulp-Treated Teeth

Fig. 7.1

(a) Maxillary right and left primary central incisors and maxillary left primary lateral incisor with deep caries and symptoms of pulpitis. (b) Illustration of the metal on the facial surface of the stainless steel crowns being removed with a 330 bur and undercuts being created to increase retention of the resin. (c) Pulpectomies were completed and stainless steel crowns were placed with the open window technique
Fig. 7.2

A chip in the white facing of a pre-veneered crown on a primary maxillary right central incisor
Case 7.2: Zirconia Crowns for Primary Incisors
Fig. 7.3

Maxillary right and left primary central incisors with deep caries and symptoms of nocturnal pain. Pulpectomies were completed and zirconia crowns placed. (a) Pretreatment radiograph. (b) Intraoral photographs taken immediately after treatment. (c) Radiograph immediately after treatment (Photograph courtesy of Dr. Yi-Hsuan Liu)
Case 7.3: Stainless Steel Crowns for Primary Molars
Fig. 7.4

(a) Mandibular left first and second primary molars with deep caries and the symptom of spontaneous pain. Pulpectomies were completed in a single appointment and stainless steel crowns were placed. (b) Pretreatment photographs. (c) Radiograph immediately after treatment. (d) Intraoral photographs taken after all treatment was completed
Case 7.4: Zirconia Crown for a Primary Molar
Fig. 7.5

(a) A preoperative photograph and a bitewing radiograph of an asymptomatic mandibular right first primary molar with deep caries. (b) Indirect pulp therapy was performed. Photograph taken after tooth preparation for a zirconia crown and before placing calcium hydroxide over the remaining carious dentin. (c) Intraoral photograph taken immediately after the tooth was restored with a zirconia crown. (d) A 12-month postoperative photograph of an indirect pulp treatment with a zirconia crown on the mandibular right first primary molar. (e) Postoperative bitewing radiograph taken at 12-month follow-up
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