Case Report

Aesthetic restoration of peg lateral incisors with direct composite resin

10.26657 / gulhane.00048

  • Numan Aydın
  • Serpil Karaoğlanoğlu
  • Tuggen Özcivelek Mersin
  • Elif Aybala Oktay
  • Funda Demir

Received Date: 14.09.2018 Accepted Date: 13.11.2018 Gulhane Med J 2019;61(1):25-27

“Conical tooth anomaly” is defined as those anomalies associated with volumes and shapes of the teeth, and as the malformation in which dental crowns are similar with cone and shape bluntly and in which mesiodistal crown size is smaller than cervical size. Although many treatment options are adopted for regaining the aesthetic structure and functions in such individuals, direct and indirect options are generally preferred. In this case report we have presented 3 patients presenting with “conical tooth anomaly” following the clinical and radiographical evaluation and diagnosis of those patients treated with direct composite resin.

Keywords: Peg Lateral Incisor, Direct Composite Resin, Dental Aesthetic.