extrusion of a tooth

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ex·tru·sion of a tooth

elongation of a tooth; movement of a tooth in an occlusal or incisal direction.

ex·tru·sion of a tooth

(eks-trūzhŭn tūth)
Elongation of a tooth; movement of a tooth in an occlusal or incisal direction.
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Treatment: The extruded teeth were repositioned and immobilised with a wire-composite splint, under a suitable prophylactic antibiotic and anti-inflammatory analgesic coverage for one week.
Depending on toothed gear material, used machinery, dimensional precision, form and the needed surface quality, extruded teeth, can be realized on cold, semi-warm and warm.
Ebeleseder KA, Santler G, Glockner K, Hulla H, Pertl C, QuehenBerger F; An analysis of 58 traumatically intruded and surgically extruded teeth.