Rehabilitation of grossly damaged molar tooth: A case report
Vishnu M, Jayasree S, Sruthi Poornima E, Ashique M
Successful treatment of a badly broken tooth with pulpal disease depends not only on endodontic therapy but also on good prosthetic rehabilitation of the tooth following endodontic therapy. Post endodontic restoration of endodontically treated tooth with little or no clinical crown is challenging. In such cases, additional retention and support of the restoration are difficult to achieve. The Richmond crown can be a good treatment alternative for the restoration of such teeth. This case report discusses Richmond crown as a post endodontic restoration of a badly mutilated maxillary first molar tooth.