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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Occlusal Reduction: Reducing clinical crown length by occlusal reduction of extruded teeth is a valid approach to improving the crown-to-root ratio.
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.
Immobilization was maintained for 3 months because of extruded teeth, secondary trauma and that the root fractures were near the opical third of the root.
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.
The evaluation of periodontal repair on transplanted or surgically extruded teeth usually shows slight marginal bone and apical root resorption.
Full mouth rehabilitations are taken up for various clinical conditions that require extensive prosthetic restorations involving nearly the entire compliment of teeth such as advanced attrition or abrasion and caries causing mutilation of teeth; periodontal involvement with drifted, elongated, extruded teeth with loss of contacts; Temporo mandibular disorders, discolored or malformed teeth secondary to developmental disorders including severe dental fluorosis.
Ebeleseder KA, Santler G, Glockner K, Hulla H, Pertl C, QuehenBerger F; An analysis of 58 traumatically intruded and surgically extruded teeth.