Composite resin short-post technique for primary anterior teeth.

@article{Judd1990CompositeRS,
  title={Composite resin short-post technique for primary anterior teeth.},
  author={Peter L Judd and David J Kenny and Douglas H Johnston and R Yacobi},
  journal={Journal of the American Dental Association},
  year={1990},
  volume={120 5},
  pages={553-5}
}
A technique using a "mushroom shaped" composite resin short post constructed inside the pulp-treated root canal provides sufficient retention to build a composite resin crown on the reinforced superstructure of the remaining crown dentin. This technique was tested for 1 year in 92 teeth; they showed no failures of retention of the short post. Recurrent caries and severe bruxism--factors beyond operator control--posed some problems that were readily resolved. 

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