SUMMARY The five cases presented here describe a conservative treatment procedure for complicated crown-root fractures of molars with extensive loss of tooth structure. After the mobile crown-root fragments were extracted, the remaining crowns were restored at the juxtagingival level. The follow-up time ranged from two years, seven months, to four years. At the follow-up examinations, all of the teeth were asymptomatic and had healthy clinical appearances. There was no evidence of pockets related to fractures. The results of these cases show that complete periodontal healing is possible with conservative treatment of complicated crown-root fracture of molars.