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An unusual healing of a replanted permanent lateral incisor by Peter Arrow 2009

A 9-year-old boy sustained an avulsion injury to his upper right lateral incisor. The tooth was replanted within 5–10 minutes of the incident and was splinted approximately 30 minutes after the injury, and then monitored for 2.25 years. The periodontal tissues... Continue Reading →

What are the aetiology and risk factors for dental trauma injuries ? A summary of a study by Ulf Glendor

Below is a summary of the main risk for dental trauma injuries as per a review by Ulf Glendor. Oral predisposing factors Patients with an overjet of over 5mm Lip incompetance Protrusive nature of incisor position Unintentional traumatic dental injuries... Continue Reading →

How do you manage a Lateral Luxation?

Lateral luxation can be a daunting injury to manage. The issue stems from the fairly strange position the tooth presents with and the relative rigidity of the tooth. This is by and large caused by the dislodgement of the tooth... Continue Reading →

Avulsions…time is precious! 

Avulsion injuries are devastating for our patients. A model patient tepeing away for years and all of a sudden bang they go from 28 pearly whites to a gappy smile that can be both physically and mentally debilitating. These injuries... Continue Reading →

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