Luxation injury: Avulsion

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Avulsion

Description The tooth is completely displaced out of its socket. Clinically the socket is found empty or filled with a coagulum.        Please select the different topics in the sidebar.

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Avulsion

IADT treatment guidelines for avulsion Clinical findings The tooth is completely out of the socket. Radiographic findings A radiographic examination is essential to ensure that the missing tooth is not intruded. Treatment It is not recommended to replant avulsed primary teeth. Follow-up 1 week – Clinical examination. 6 months – Clinical and radiographic examination. 1


Avulsion

IADT treatment guidelines for avulsion Avulsion – First aid for avulsed teeth Dentists should always be prepared to give appropriate advice to the public about first aid for avulsed teeth. An avulsed permanent tooth is one of the few real emergency situations in dentistry. In addition to increasing the public awareness by mass media campaigns,


Avulsion

Description The tooth is completely displaced out of its socket. Clinically the socket is found empty or filled with a coagulum.        Please select the different topics in the sidebar.

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The Dental Trauma Guide Team

Meet our professional and friendly staff behind the Dental Trauma Guide. The Dental Trauma Guide Team Jens Ove Andreasen (DDS Dr. Odont. hc.) specialized in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 1968. He has worked clinically and experimentally in traumatic dental injuries, tooth replantation, tooth transplantation, tooth eruption and tooth impactation. He is the author of 10 textbooks and 380 scientific articles. President of the International Association of Dental Traumatology from 1989-2001. Presently a consultant at the Department of Rare Oral Diseases and Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University Hospital of Copenhagen. Eva Lauridsen (DDS, PhD) graduated from


Treatment

Click here to go back to treatment choice. Closed apex Extraoral dry time exceeding 60 minutes or other reasons suggesting non-viable cells Treatment Delayed replantation has a poor long-term prognosis. The periodontal ligament will be necrotic and cannot be expected to heal. The goal in delayed replantation is, in addition to restoring the tooth for esthetic,

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Treatment

For guidelines on which film to follow, see treatment information below. Flexible acrylic splint Flexible wire splint   Closed apex Extraoral dry time exceeding 60 minutes or other reasons suggesting non-viable cells Treatment Delayed replantation has a poor long-term prognosis. The periodontal ligament will be necrotic and cannot be expected to heal. The goal in delayed

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Treatment

Click here to go back to treatment choice. Closed apex Extraoral dry time exceeding 60 minutes or other reasons suggesting non-viable cells Treatment Delayed replantation has a poor long-term prognosis. The periodontal ligament will be necrotic and cannot be expected to heal. The goal in delayed replantation is, in addition to restoring the tooth for esthetic,

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Treatment

Click here to go back to treatment choice. Closed apex Extraoral dry time less than 60 minutes. The tooth has been kept in physiologic storage media or osmolality balanced media (milk, saline, saliva or Hank’s Balanced Salt Solution) and/or stored dry less than 60 minutes Treatment Clean the root surface and apical foramen with a

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