A 10 year old boy came to the clinic with fractured upper central incisors (Pic 1). The right central incisor broke in such a way that the pulp was exposed (Pic 3). Revitalisation of the pulp was done using Mineral Trioxide Aggregate or MTA (Pic 7). The separated fragments were reattached to the respective fractured teeth under the Operating Surgical Microscope.
After 3 months, when the patient came for recall, radiograph (RVG) was taken. On the radiograph one can see the development of apex of root i.e. the tooth vitality has been preserved