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Second visit was completed with obturation and post space was left for fiber post and core build up reconstruction with ITENA Clinical’s Corono-Radicular Restoration Kit.


Management was done according the a precise step by step etching and bonding protocol for enhanced result .Two purple color Dentoclic fiber post (1.0mm) were selected for both prepared canal spaces. Dentocore Body was used for core build up.

Later on, crown preparation and impression were done and final crown was adjusted and cemented.


Resin core build up material and fiber posts creates similar mechanical properties as dentine for the treated tooth core with maximum preservation of tooth structure.

ITENA Clinical's advanced restorative products allows the clinician to use fiber post during core build up with ease making the tooth restoration more practical and contamination free since it is managed under rubber dam isolation used during the root canal treatment.


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