Dental Trauma

Traumatic dental injuries/wounds (TDIs) happen habitually in youngsters and youthful grown-ups, containing 5% of all wounds. Twenty five percent of all school youngsters encounter dental injury and 33% of grown-ups have encountered injury to the lasting dentition, with most of the wounds happening before age 19. Luxation wounds are the most well-known TDIs in the essential dentition, though crown breaks are even more usually detailed for the perpetual teeth. Legitimate finding, treatment arranging, and follow-up are vital to guarantee a great result. Crowns are utilized to re-establish separated teeth. They wrap over the entire tooth to give a stronger, more grounded tooth when they have been intensely treated or worn.

  • Enamel Fracture
  • Enamel Dentin Fracture
  • Crown Fracture with Exposed Pulp
  • Crown-Root Fracture
  • Root Fracture
  • Concussion
  • Subluxation
  • Extrusive Luxation
  • Intrusive Luxation
  • Oral Pain Management