Endodontic Treatment of Traumatic Injuries Part I
You will receive 1 credit(s) of continuing education credit upon successful completion of this course. The purchase price of this course is $41.00

Description:

This course will show clinical cases ranging from the minor injury to an avulsed tooth. Treatment considerations will be discussed for crown infraction, crown fractures of mature and immature teeth, and root fractures.


Author:
Dr. Donald Antrim, DDS Show Full Bio

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to do the following:

  1. Be familiar with a standard classification for injuries to the dental hard tissue and pulp.
  2. Be able to recognize, diagnose, and treat the various injuries to the dental hard tissues and pulp.
  3. Understand the kinds of root fractures and the necessary treatment modalities that depend on the location of the fracture.

Abstract:

Not much has changed over the years in the philosophy of the endodontic treatment of crown or crown/root fractures. If the dentin is exposed but not the pulp, we advocate covering the exposed dentinal tubules and then performing a final restoration when time permits. If the pulp is involved, we generally advocate root canal therapy, except in immature teeth. This presentation will show clinical cases ranging from the minor injury to a tooth up to and including a tooth that has been completely avulsed. Treatment considerations will be discussed for crown infraction, crown fractures of mature and immature teeth, and root fractures.


Outline:

COURSE OUTLINE

  1. Introduction

  2. Crown infraction

  3. Uncomplicated crown fractures

  4. Complicated crown fractures

    1. Immature teeth

    2. Mature teeth

  5. Crown/Root fractures

  6. Root fractures

    1. Horizontal

    2. Vertical


References:
  1. Andreasen JO. Traumatic Injured of the Teeth. 2nd ed. St. Louis, MO: C. V. Mosby; 1981:19.
  2. Epstein LI. Traumatic Injuries to Anterior Teeth in Children. Oral Surg. 1962; 15:334.
  3. Ingle JI, Bakland L. Endodontics. 4th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Lea and Febiger; 1994:764.
  4. Cohen S, Burns RC. Pathways of the Pulp. 6th ed. St. Louis, MO: C. V. Mosby; 1994:364.
  5. Cvek M et al. A Clinical Report on Partial Pulpotomy and Capping with Calcium Hydroxide in Permanent Incisors with Complicated Crown Fractures. J. Endo. 1976; 4:232.
  6. Glass RL, Zander HA. Pulp Healing. J. Dent Res. 1949; 26:97.
  7. Andreasen JO. Traumatic Injuries of the Teeth. St. Louis, MO: C. V. Mosby; 1981:124.
  8. Heithersay, GS. Combined endodontic-orthodontic treatment of transverse root fractures in the region of the alveolar crest. Oral Surg. 1973; 36:404.





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