Paediatric dentistry avulsion: case reports.

Children may present at a dental surgery for management of oro-facial injuries. Most general dental practitioners are able to handle straightforward cases but referral may be required for complex injuries. Successful healing following tooth avulsion depends on the amount of damage to teeth and supporting structures, emergency treatment, and follow-up treatment. All of these play a role in the long-term prognosis of avulsed teeth.
AuthorsJ E Rutar
JournalAustralian dental journal (Aust Dent J) Vol. 42 Issue 6 Pg. 361-6 (Dec 1997) ISSN: 0045-0421 [Print] AUSTRALIA
PMID9470276 (Publication Type: Case Reports, Journal Article)
  • Child
  • Dental Care for Children
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Humans
  • Incisor (injuries)
  • Male
  • Maxilla
  • Prognosis
  • Root Resorption (etiology)
  • Tooth Apex (growth & development)
  • Tooth Avulsion (complications, surgery)
  • Tooth Replantation

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