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Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences
BACKGROUND: Restoring traumatically injured teeth is a clinical challenge and often requires a multidisciplinary approach for predictable esthetic outcome. Although a number of techniques have been proposed for clinical crown lengthening procedures, all have some limitations in terms of function and esthetic. AIM: This report presents the clinical and radiographic results of surgical extrusion technique for clinical crown lengthening. MATERIAL & METHODS: Atraumatic surgical extrusion using adoi:10.14260/jemds/2014/2780 fatcat:xitf3ax6gfgqxouezfckduvmzu