Endodontic Treatment of Traumatic Injuries Part II
You will receive 1 unit(s) of continuing education credit upon successful completion of this course. The registration fee is only $41.00

Description:

This course is a continuation of "Endodontic Treatment of Traumatic Injuries Part One." It covers teeth that have been displaced laterally, intruded, extruded, and/or completely avulsed.


Author:
Dr. Donald Antrim, DDS
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Learning Objectives:

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

  1. Be familiar with a standard classification for injuries involving the periodontal tissues.
  2. Recognize and understand the different luxation injuries and treatment techniques for each type.
  3. Understand the necessary steps in successfully treating a tooth that has been avulsed from the alveolus


Abstract:

Not much has changed over the years in the philosophy of the endodontic treatment of traumatic injuries involving the periodontal structures. The basic concept is to return the traumatized tooth to its original position, stabilize the dentition, and perform root canal therapy if it becomes necessary. This presentation is a continuation of "Endodontic Treatment of Traumatic Injuries Part One" and covers teeth that have been displaced laterally, intruded, extruded and/or are completely avulsed.



Outline:
COURSE OUTLINE
  1. Introduction

  2. Lateral luxation

  3. Intrusive luxation

  4. Extrusive luxation

  5. Avulsed teeth
References:
  1. Andreason JO, Andreasen FM. Textbook and Color Atlas of Traumatic Injuries to the Teeth. 3rd ed. St. Louis, MO: C. V. Mosby; 1994: 151-155.
  2. Andreasen JO. The effects of splinting upon periodontal healing after replantation of permanent incisors in monkeys. Acta Odontol Scan. 1975; 33:313-323.
  3. Antrim D, Ostrowski J. A functional splint for traumatized teeth. J.of Endodontics. 1982; 8:328-331.






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