Fig. 1

this patient was reffered to me, due to the composite infiltration, for this reason the patient was scheduled for a retreatment, probably infiltrated.

Fig. 2

The retreatment was done in one visit; the picture shows the details of the pulp chamber floor prior to fill the canals with guttapercha

Fig. 3

X-ray after root canal treatment.

Fig. 4

Multiple tooth isolation was done, in order to do an overlay preparation;

Fig. 5

Overlay preparation

Fig. 6

Digital scanning over the Ruberdam

Fig. 7

Occlusal view of the final project

Fig. 8


Fig. 9

Adhesive cementation

Fig. 10

Removing of cement with  brush

Fig. 11

After cementation

Fig. 12

X-ray after cementation

Fig. 13

Recall after 2 years

Fig. 14

Recall after 2 years


The indirect restaurations are part of the endodontical treatments. In many cases they are very complex, therefore they have to be well prepared right at the begining of the endodontical treatment. 

The indirect restauration has a special importance because the prognosis of the whole tooth depends on it. 


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