tooth avulsion

tooth a·vul·sion

the traumatic separation of a tooth from its alveolus.

tooth a·vul·sion

(tūth ă-vŭlshŭn)
Traumatic separation of tooth from its alveolus.
Synonym(s): tooth evulsion.
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Key Words: Tooth avulsion, Delayed reimplantation, Revascularization, Dry storage.
In case of tooth avulsion, the time elapsed between the accident and the patient's arrival to dental office, as well as appropriate storage and transportation media are crucial for favorable prognosis of tooth survival in the jaw (27).
INTRODUCTION: Due to trauma tooth is forced out of socket this condition is known as Tooth avulsion Incidence of tooth avulsion has been reported from 0.
Tooth avulsion is one of the most severe dental traumas, which most often occur in children.
The covering physician should be aware that mandibular fractures may result in airway obstruction from bleeding, tooth avulsion, or posterior displacement of the tongue.
Tooth avulsion is one of the most severe forms of dental trauma, and it has been described as complete displacement of teeth from alveoli.
Objective: Tooth avulsion constituting an emergency for children and adolescents necessitates management approaches ensuring the survival of avulsed teeth.
Knowledge and behavior level of basic education teachers in public schools deal with cases of tooth avulsion fracture
In cases where growth factors are absent, post-natal supplements have been proposed, while in cases of tooth avulsion or the lack of development, the growth of complete bioengineered teeth is being attempted.
Dental trauma is the most frequent oral trauma of which tooth avulsion is the most serious injury [1].
Regarding pattern of injuries, the most common injury pattern was tooth avulsion and subluxation seen in 16.