Traumatic injuries are caused due to an external force exerted on the teeth which lead to injury or damage to the tooth depending on the type of injury teeth jaws or soft tissue might be involved depending on the type and extent of injury the severity of the trauma is seen and based on that the treatment plan is decided. Traumatic dental injuries often occur in accidents or sports related injuries chipped or fractured teeth account for the majority of all dental injuries dislodged or knocked out teeth are examples of less frequent but more severe injuries treatment depends on the type location and severity of each injury. Accidental injuries can be the result of either direct or indirect trauma direct trauma occurs when the tooth itself is struck indirect trauma is seen when the lower dental arch is forcefully closed against the upper for example by a blow to the chin. Traumatic injuries of teeth 1 traumatic injuries of teeth presented by drishya dinesh 2 content introduction cause and incidence classification examination of the patient diagnostic methods garcia godoy classification enamel fracture crown fracture without pulpal exposure crown fracture with pulpal exposure crown root fracture root fracture vertical fracture luxated teeth avulsion
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