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Dental trauma guidelines serve as both a treatment roadmap and also a legal document by attorneys and insurance companies regarding the proper course of action in the case of trauma.
Dental history sheets were used to rule out any systemic disease and history of dental trauma.
3,4-12) Risk of dental trauma peaks at age four due to increased physical activity, with twice the average incidence within this age group as compared to all other age groups.
A crown-root fracture is a type of dental trauma, usually resulting from horizontal impact, which involves enamel, dentin and cementum, occurring below the gingival margin.
SUMMARY--The aim of the present cross-sectional study was to investigate the knowledge and attitude regarding emergency treatment of dental trauma among elementary school teachers in the city of Rijeka, Croatia.
Dental trauma (DT) of the incisors and their supporting tissues, which is one of the most challenging dental emergency situations, requires immediate assessment and management due to psychological and physical reasons (4).
11] Dental trauma caused by edges of a sharp, jagged and misdirected tooth is an important aetiology of OSCC.
Taking the aforementioned into consideration, the question remains whether fluorite enamel is not made "more fragile" owing to the existence and worsening of injuries from different external impacts such as those related to dental trauma.
Risk evaluation and type of treatment of multiple dental trauma episodes to permanent teeth.
Organised by the Hamdan Bin Mohammad College of Dental Medicine (HBMCDM), a college of the Mohammad Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences, in collaboration with the Knowledge and Human Development Authority, the workshop aimed to raise the level of knowledge about dental trauma.
However, in another retrospective study on 161,687 cases under anesthesia, the prevalence of dental trauma was estimated at 14% (Windsor, J.
2), (6) Dental trauma occurs due to several factors, including uncontrolled motor coordination, involuntary physical movements, oral pathological reflexes and slower response to moving or nonmoving obstacles, as a result of delayed motor control.