FRACTURES OF CROWN, ROOT AND AVULSION OF PERMANENT TEETH: CASE REPORT OF COMPLEX TRAUMATIC DENTAL INJURIES
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Complete avulsion of permanent teeth represents 0.5-3% of all dental traumas. The replanting is the best choice for the survival of the avulsed teeth, but it is not always possible immediately after the trauma. This case report described the complex management of a traumatic avulsion of two upper central incisors with a fracture of the apical third and the fragment was still in the alveolar socket.
KEY WORDS: dental avulsion, root fracture, splint, endodontic treatment, apical plug.