DOI: 10.33448/rsd-v9i7.4899
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Abstract: Objective: To report a clinical case of the use of fiberglass pin and composite resins for oral rehabilitation of tooth 14 (upper right premolar). Case Report: A patient sought care at a private dental office complaining about a tooth with aesthetic impairment. Exposing the forms of treatment, the patient agreed to rehabilitate tooth 14 with a fiberglass pin and composite resin. It started by dismantling 2/3 of the vestibular canal to install the pin, then after its preparation, it was cemented with du… Show more

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