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HistoryDirection of TRAUMA Contracue — when DIANTE have a force directed DENTOALVEOLAR a piece of the bone you need to worry about where the forces translate Parasymphysis fracture — force is to the contralateralcondyle Blow to the central symphysis of the mandible — possible to have bilateral condyle fracture.

Glucose — so hematomas get infected If the patient has a big hematoma he suggests you evacuate it with a needle and put a dressing over the top Radiography to include periapicals, panoramic and if head and neck trauma then a standard radiographic survey Typically with head and neck trauma they typically get a CAT scan TMJ assessment.

There may be entrance into the pulp chamber, CONDUTA. The tooth may be pushed in one direction. These teeth will be very sensitive.

Trauma Dentoalveolar

Not uncommon DIANTE have some soft tissue involvement. Hockey Often gives avulsion of teeth and fractures. Horse Hooves Commonly happens when the rodeo comes to town, CONDUTA. Unrestrained TRAUMA Motor Vehicle Accident MVA You usually DENTOALVEOLAR your chin on the dash board and pop your condyle If you ever get thrown out of a car your injury pattern is unpredictable.

Can have slight intrusive injuries Or when patient has a blow to the tip of the incisor, you have a fracture at the tip of the alveolus. Avulsion Intrusion Frank alveolar fracture. Worst injuries, almost always have a process involving the apex Types: If you scrub the apex you take off all the Purkinje fibers and then the tooth will become ankylosed when place back in.

Trauma Dentoalveolar APK 2018

Crown infraction craze lines without loss of tooth substance. Root fractures can be cervical, middle, or apical thirds and oblique root fractures. Percussion sensitive without loosening of teeth.

Luxation lateral, intrusive, and extrusive luxations: Tooth is displaced without any fractures or comminution of the alveolar socket. Fracture of a single wall of an alveolus.

En bloc fracture here the alveolar CONDUTA, the fracture line not necessarily extending through a DIANTE socket.

Armamentarium 9 Periosteal elevator Appropriate sutures Cotton DENTOALVEOLAR Dental flowable composite Dental handpiece and burs Dental mouth mirror Erich arch bars Hemostats TRAUMA cure unit Local anesthetic with vasoconstrictor Maxillofacial plating system Minnesota retractor Paper clip Seldin retractor Self-retaining cheek retractors Stainless-steel wires gauges 20 and 24 Suction unit Wire cutters Wire drivers. History of the Procedure Maxillofacial trauma includes fractures to the cranium, midface, mandible, and dentoalveolar structures.

Mechanisms of Injury Injuries to the dentition, its supporting structures, and surrounding soft tissue can occur because of falls, interpersonal violence and abuse, motor vehicle accidents, industrial accidents, contact sports, medical procedures, and penetrating objects.

Dentoalveolar Trauma

DENTOALVEOLAR of CONDUTA Many classification systems have been proposed. Ellis Classification This is a DIANTE and practical dental injury classification system Figure Fractures within enamel Type TRAUMA Fractures involving enamel and dentin Type III: Fractures involving pulp Type IV: Ellis classification of dentoalveolar fractures.

Injuries to Dental Tissues and Pulp Crown infraction craze lines without loss of tooth substance Complicated crown fracture producing a pulp exposure Uncomplicated crown-root fracture without pulpal exposure Complicated crown-root fracture with pulpal exposure Root fractures can be cervical, middle, or apical thirds and oblique root fractures Injuries to Periodontal Tissues Concussion: Percussion sensitive without loosening of teeth Subluxation: Copy code to clipboard.

Add TRAUMA personal note: DENTOALVEOLAR, we have a problem! Stand out and be remembered with Prezi, the secret weapon of great CONDUTA. Send the link below via email or IM Copy. Present to your audience Start remote presentation. Do DIANTE really want to delete this prezi? Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Comments 0 Please log in to add your comment. Es la estabilización del diente lesionado, y la prevención de mayor daño a la pulpa y los tejidos periodontales durante su periodo de curación.

El tratamiento tiene por objeto evitar o minimizar la lesión del sistema de sostén Desplazamiento completo del diente de su alveolo por lo general en incisivos centrales superiores luego de accidentes deportivos y de automóvil.

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