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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a and b) An example of the assessment and management of minimally destructed premolar tooth. (a) Clinical assessment of the endodontically treated mandibular second premolar revealed a distoocclusal cavity and axial walls thickness (≥2 mm). This tooth was categorized as minimally destructed tooth. (b) In the absence of any modifying occlusal factors, the minimally destructed mandibular second premolar was restored with an intracoronal composite resin restoration

Figure 1: (a and b) An example of the assessment and management of minimally destructed premolar tooth. (a) Clinical assessment of the endodontically treated mandibular second premolar revealed a distoocclusal cavity and axial walls thickness (≥2 mm). This tooth was categorized as minimally destructed tooth. (b) In the absence of any modifying occlusal factors, the minimally destructed mandibular second premolar was restored with an intracoronal composite resin restoration