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Interdisciplinary management of severe intrusion injuries in permanent incisors: a case series by Nazzal et al.

Intrusion injuries to the permanent dentition are amoung the most severe types of dental injuries, occurring in 0.3‐1.9% of all dental trauma cases. The current clinical guidelines in the management of intrusion injuries are based on level B evidence due... Continue Reading →

Decoronating ankylosed teeth by Cohenca & Stabholz 2007

Avulsed teeth that are stored extraorally in a dry environment for >60 min generally develop replacement root resorption or ankylosis following their replantation due to the absence of a vital periodontal ligament on their root surface. One negative sequelae of... Continue Reading →

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