In dental traumatology-Pulp Tissue revascularization, Biology

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Traumatic injuries in young kids (8 to 14 years old male > female)  are commonly nowadays.

  • Dental traumatic injuries are mostly in anterior teeth because of  their  position.       
  • The injuries vary from:

However, in many cases, the injury may causes laceration of the blood supply to  the tooth which lead to Cessation of tooth development.

Moreover, because of the complete root development take place 3 years after  tooth eruption into the oral cavity, so  Incompletely formed apex is one of the  most common features seen in traumatized teeth.


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