Multidisciplinary approach of rehabilitation of intruded permanent central incisor: A case reportJournal: Journal of Dental Specialities (Vol.7, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2019-03-28
Authors : Sapna Rani;
Page : 61-63
Keywords : Intruded; Rehabilitation; Luxation; Traumatology.;
Intrusive luxation of permanent mature teeth is one of the most serious injuries to the periodontal ligament in dental traumatology. Intrusive luxation of permanent mature teeth is one of the most serious injuries to the periodontal ligament in dental traumatology. Intrusive luxation of mature permanent teeth is one of the most serious injuries as it involves soft tissue as well as periodontium. Various treatment modalities are practiced depending on amount of intrusion and tooth response to treatment. The damage caused by trauma to the surrounding soft and hard tissue results in a multitude of complications during the treatment planning. This case report presents careful repositioning of the intruded tooth by removable orthodontic means, periodontal treatment including crown lengthening and prosthodontic rehabilitation including fixed prosthesis to provide the most acceptable aesthetic outcome. The present report emphasizes the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to provide complete rehabilitation of a traumatically intruded permanent tooth.
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