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Top Tips for Splinting Traumatised Teeth by Leith and O’Connell

A splint is required when teeth are mobile or need to be repositioned following a traumatic injury. The aim of splinting is to stabilise the injured tooth and maintain its position throughout the splinting period, improve function and provide comfort.... Continue Reading →

Adult dental trauma: What should the dental practitioner know ? Chauhan et al. 2016

The management of adult dental trauma can be a daunting challenge for practitioners at any level. Like medical emergencies, initial management can have a large influence on prognosis. It is important that practitioners understand the basic principles of managing the... 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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