Traumatic dental injuries often occur as a result of an accident or sports injury the majority of these injuries are minor chipped teeth its less common to dislodge your tooth or have it knocked completely out but these injuries are more severe. Traumatic injuries are caused due to an external force exerted on the teeth which lead to injury or damage to the tooth depending on the type of injury teeth jaws or soft tissue might be involved depending on the type and extent of injury the severity of the trauma is seen and based on that the treatment plan is decided. 1264 injuries to developing permanent teeth injuries to the permanent successor tooth can be expected in 12 69 of primary tooth trauma and 19 68 of jaw fractures intrusive luxation causes most disturbances but avulsion of a primary incisor will also cause damage if the apex moved towards the permanent tooth bud before the avulsion. Traumatic injuries ofteeth clinical examination external examination soft tissues facial skeleton teeth and supporting structures 4 traumatic injuries ofteeth radiographic examination periapical occlusal panoramic 5 traumatic injuries ofteeth 1 concussion 2 luxation 3 fracture 6
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