Restorasi mahkota logam dengan pasak fiber komposit pada molar permanen muda (Metal crown restoration with fiber composite post in young permanent molar)

Theresia Dhearine Pratiwi, Mochamad Fahlevi Rizal

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Background: The first permanent molar has a high prevalence of caries with the most rapid progression in the first two years after eruption. The destruction can extend to the pulp and require endodontic treatment. After endodontic treatment the teeth should have a final restoration due to the possibilities of fracture. The teeth with a few remaining tissue need a restoration such as crown with post and core support. Fiber composite post is widely used today because it has a similar modulus elasticity as dentin. Purpose: The case report was aimed to share the endodontic treatment which was followed by fiber composite post and metal crown insertion on young permanent molar. Case: An 11 years old girls was referred to Pediatric Dentistry clinic at Universitas Indonesia Dental Hospital due to caries #36 that extend to the pulp. Case management: Endodontic treatment with metal crown supported by fiber composite post and composite core was done as final restoration. One month after procedure there was no subjective complaints or inflammation. Conclusion: The case report showed that endodontic treatment followed by fiber composite post and metal crown insertion could be done succesfully on young permanent molar of 11 years old patient.
Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)162-166
JournalDental Journal (Majalah Kedokteran Gigi)
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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