01/07/2012 Medicine
DOI: 10.1308/204268512X13376834221677 SemanticScholar ID: 20593262 MAG: 1990469340

Treatment of avulsed permanent teeth in children

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In the years since the guideline for treatment of avulsed permanent teeth in children was originally published1 there have been significant changes in our understanding of this injury and the potential outcomes of healing. The treatment options have changed little, with still very few robust clinical trials which have investigated what options the dentist or healthcare professional is able to provide to improve the clinical outcome.2 This article presents a summary of the forthcoming, revised treatment guideline, which is based on the best evidence available based on human, animal and in-vitro studies.

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Dr. Peter Day

University of Leeds - Professor and Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry

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