Endocrown: conservative approach for restoration of endodontically treated teeth- a case report

Shweta Singh., Rajkumar, B.,Vishesh Gupta and Akanksha Bhatt

Coronal rehabilitation of a severely damaged teeth is a challenge for clinician. The Endocrown is indicated for restoration of severely damaged molar, which requires specific restoration technique. This therapy promotes the stability and retention of the indirect restoration, without the need of a cast metal core or reconstruction with intracanal post, thereby reducing the treatment time. The major advantage of an endocrown is the use of the tooth structure remnant, particularly the pulp chamber, to promote retention and stability. This case report represents the restorations of severely damage molar teeth (36) by Endocrown which represented a conservative and aesthetic restorative alternative to full coverage crown.

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