Incomplete cusp fractures: Early diagnosis and communication with patients using fiber-optic transillumination and intraoral photography

Author : Dental Product Shopper
Published Date 02/01/2017
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The diagnosis of incomplete cusp fractures has primarily relied on patient symptoms, which sometimes results in late treatment approaches. The transillumination of tooth structure by a fiber-optic light source can be considered an important adjunct tool in the diagnosis of incomplete cusp fractures before they reach their end stages.

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