Cracked Tooth Syndrome: integrated aspects of rehabilitation: A case report
The Restorative Alveolar Interface is represented by the localized root surface area, post-surgery, limited apically by the alveolar bone crest and coronally by the gingival margin. The aim of this work is to present a clinical case of restoration in composite resin in a posterior tooth, using the surgical technique of crown lengthening associated with a endocrown restorative approach. In the case report, a patient with bruxism, presented an extensive fracture, with invasion of the biological width, of the first maxillary molar, probably from the cracked tooth syndrome. This study shows the importance of the recovery of the biological width for a proper restoration, for the maintenance of the endodontic treatment and the health of the periodontium.