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Rehabilitación protésica sobre implantes KOS en las avulsiones o desarticulaciones dentarias, previo tratamiento de ortodoncia
Fajardo Puig,Josefina; Camacho Alemán,Lucía B; Fajardo Puig,Martha Elena;
Revista Habanera de Ciencias M??dicas , 2010,
Abstract: the causes of dental trauma are complex in nature and are influenced by various factors, including human biology, behavior and environment. one of dental trauma producing great consternation in the affected patient and their family is avulsed tooth or disarticulation is the total displacement of tooth out of socket. there are cases where space is closed mesiodistally and orthodontic treatment is necessary before any rehabilitation treatment with implants. we report the cases of two female patients treated at the clinic implantology dental clinic ana betancourt playa municipality. they were very affected psychologically by presenting clinical absence of teeth. in case # 1 had avulsed in a car accident. the missing teeth were 22, 24, 25.14 and 15 with no space in area 22 and carry a higher acrylic partial denture. the case # 2 was absent on 21 by trauma during physical education, so from age 9 was a carrier of an upper acrylic partial denture. after 6 months of orthodontic treatment and recovered space kos implants were placed in edentulous areas and rehabilitated in the same working day with implant fixed provisional prosthesis, thus achieving an excellent aesthetic, secure fit, proper chewing function and longevity in its duration in the mouth.
Management of Multiple teeth Avulsion
Deepak Kaul,Adil Gandevivala,Suyash Shinde
Indian Journal of Dental Advancements , 2010,
Abstract: Clinical practice has shown that most avulsed teeth are replanted after an extra-alveolar time that compromises the prognosis of replantation. In cases of delayed replantation, the use of adequate medium for storage and transportation of the avulsed teeth may improve this prognosis considerably. Difficulties inherent to accidental dental avulsion include the lack of immediate access to ideal storage media, delayed replantation of teeth and lack of knowledge of professionals first to see the patients. The authors report a case of accidentally avulsed permanent maxillary central incisors, permanent maxillary lateral incisors and permanent mandibular canine. Six months of follow-up revealed absence of root resorption, ankylosis or abnormal mobility.
Luxation injuries in primary teeth: a retrospective study in children assisted at an emergency service
Assun??o, Luciana Reichert da Silva;Ferelle, Ant?nio;Iwakura, Maria Luiza Hiromi;Nascimento, Liliane Silva do;Cunha, Robson Frederico;
Brazilian Oral Research , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-83242011000200009
Abstract: the purpose of this study was to analyze luxation injuries in children between the ages of 0 and 5 years treated at an emergency service department. a total of 1,703 records, corresponding to a period of 10 years at the emergency center of the baby clinic at londrina state university, brazil, were analyzed. the age, gender, etiologic factors, type of injury, injured teeth, treatment and time interval between injury and treatment were determined for each patient. of the examined records, 409 patients met the study criteria and included a total of 679 injured teeth. statistical analyses were carried out using the chi-square test with the level of significance set at 5%. trauma incidence was higher in boys (57.0%) and in children less than two years of age (40.3%). falling while walking or running was the most predominant etiologic factor (37.7%), and the most prevalent type of injury was subluxation (32.6%). luxation injuries decreased with increasing age (p = 0.045). treatment usually occurred within the first 1-15 days and was significantly associated with the type of trauma (p = 0.041). "monitor only" was the treatment most frequently observed (74.0%). in conclusion, more luxation injuries were found in younger children, predominantly in boys. falls resulting from walking or running were the etiologic factor most observed, with subluxation as the most common type of trauma. treatment usually occurred within the first 15 days after the injury. despite the severity of these injuries, "monitor only" was the eligible treatment.
Avulsion of permanent teeth with open apex: a systematic review of the literature
Felipe G. Belladonna,Ane Poly,Jo?o M. S. Teixeira,Viviane D. M. A. Nascimento
RSBO , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction: Considered the most serious of dental in Considered the most serious of dental injuries, uries,avulsion is known as the total displacement of tooth out of its socket. Treatment includes immediate replantation and its success is directly related to several factors. Objective: This paper aimed to review the literature in a systematic way on dental avulsion of in a systematic way on dental avulsion of permanent teeth with open apex, covering various topics such as: reason for avulsion; storage media; time out of the socket; use of antibiotics; splinting time; tooth vitality; presence of resorption and/or obliteration of pulp canal; and following-up time. Material and methods: PubMed/MedLine database and Dental Traumatology journal were searched, from May to June of 2011, and several studies comprising the current and classic literature were listed using the following terms: tooth avulsion, open apex, permanent and case report. Results and conclusion: Twelve cases reports were selected. Cases of dental trauma in open apex teeth may have a good Cases of dental trauma in open apex teeth may have a good prognosis if the following steps are taken: the hydration of the tooth and immediately replantation. It is important to search dental care, even if everything seems solved, and the tooth following-up should be performed periodically as informed by the dentist.
Reviews of Progress , 2013,
Abstract: Background: Tooth avulsion is one of the commonest types of physical sport injury. Themanagement of these cases is critical in order to prevent complete loss of tooth and its subsequentconsequences. The prognosis of such avulsed tooth depends on prompt treatment. The emergencymanagement of such avulsed tooth is made by the sports teacher who is present at the sports ground. Thefirst–aid knowledge about tooth avulsion is must for the sports teacher. Aim: The objective of the presentstudy was to evaluate the knowledge about management of tooth avulsion among sports teachers inAhmednagar District. Methods: A sample of 60 sports teachers were interviewed from different schools.The data was collected using a self administered questionnaire containing seven items which wasdistributed among the sports teacher from different schools. Results: we found that 90% of the sportsteachers were not having the first-aid knowledge about the emergency management of avulsed tooth andthe benefit of timely care. This demands an effort to properly educate sports teachers about first-aidmanagement and consequently change their attitude towards dental trauma.
Morphometric and microscopic evaluation of the effect of gallium nitrate as a root canal dressing in rat teeth submitted to late replantation
Mori, Graziela Garrido;Garcia, Roberto Brand?o;Moraes, Ivaldo Gomes de;Bramante, Clóvis Monteiro;Bernardineli, Norberti;
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-77572006000600004
Abstract: the purpose of this study was to test a gallium nitrate solution, a resorption inhibitor, employed as a root canal dressing in teeth submitted to late replantation. thirty maxillary right central incisors of rats were avulsed and kept dry for thirty minutes. the teeth were instrumented and the root surfaces were treated with 1% hypochlorite solution followed by application of 2% sodium fluoride. thereafter, the teeth were divided into two groups according to the root canal dressing: group i, solution of gallium nitrate; and group ii, calcium hydroxide paste. the teeth were then replanted in their respective sockets. the animals were killed at 15, 30 and 60 days after replantation and the samples were processed for morphometric and microscopic analysis. the results demonstrated that the gallium nitrate solution and the calcium hydroxide paste limited the root resorption, yet they did not impair its occurrence. it may be concluded that gallium nitrate solution and calcium hydroxide paste demonstrated similar performance.
Knowledge and attitude of 2,000 parents (urban and rural - 1,000 each) with regard to avulsed permanent incisors and their emergency management, in and around Davangere
Shashikiran N,Reddy VVS,Nagaveni N
Journal of the Indian Society of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry , 2006,
Abstract: It is well recognized today that for long-term success, the management of traumatized teeth optimally should be carried out as soon as possible. Since, majority of traumatic injuries occur at home, the ultimate prognosis of an avulsed tooth may depend on knowledge of the treatment procedure, possessed by his or her parents. The purpose of this study was therefore to evaluate the parental knowledge and attitude regarding the emergency management of avulsed teeth in children (in Davangere - both urban and rural, 1,000 each).
Treatment of Class II division 1 malocclusion in a patient with traumatized central incisors: a case report
Berthold, Telmo Bandeira;Berthold, Roger Corrêa de Barros;Heitz, Claiton;Kalaoun, Rosana;
Revista Odonto Ciência , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1980-65232012000300016
Abstract: purpose: the objective of this paper is to report the clinical case of a patient with a class ii division 1 malocclusion with traumatized central incisors and the treatment option of extracting them, followed by space closure with lateral incisors replacement. case description: a female patient aged 10 years old reported a previous facial trauma due to a bike accident resulting in avulsion and reimplantation of both central incisors when she was 9 years old. the treatment plan included extraction of central incisors, pulling the lateral incisors to the central incisor position and restoring them to improve esthetics. conclusions: extraction of maxillary central incisors is not a usual treatment protocol. however, for patients with traumatized central incisors with internal and external root reabsorption and class ii division 1 malocclusion it might be a good alternative for correction of the increased overjet.
Primary School Teachers’ Knowledge Regarding Emergency Management of Avulsed Permanent Incisors
B. Touré,F. Léye Benoist,B. Faye,AW. Kane
Journal of Dentistry of Tehran University of Medical Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Objective: The goal of this study was to evaluate primary school teachers' knowledge regarding emergency management of avulsed permanent incisors.Materials and Methods: The study was conducted in fifty randomly chosen primary schools from Casablanca, Morocco. All teachers of the selected schools were included in the study. The data were collected by self administered questionnaires. The questions focusedon the teachers' general characteristics, experience of avulsed teeth and the importance of emergency management. The data were analyzed using chi square test.Results: A total of 501 teachers, of which 23.6% were male and 75.4% were female, answered the questionnaire. The results showed that 44.5 % of the teachers had an experience of avulsed tooth at school, 82.82% of them knew the importance of emergency managementand 32.6% would look for a dentist for treatment of the cases. Only 15.8% would reimplant the tooth themselves. Regarding the storage media, 21.95% would keep the avulsed tooth in milk. There was no significant difference between gender and education level (p>0.05).Conclusion: This study shows school teachers' lack of knowledge regarding dental trauma and especially tooth avulsion. Therefore, the results indicated that educational programs are necessary for improvement in their level of knowledge.
Nurses’ knowledge of the postgraduate program in family’s health on dental avulsion
Ana Cristina Viana Campos, Daniela Carla Medeiros-Silva, Flávia Fonseca de Toledo, Patrícia Maria Pereira de Araújo Zarzar, Júlio César Batista Santana, Eduardo Augusto dos Santos Moreira-Silva
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2009,
Abstract: Objectives: to investigate the knowledge, the attitudes and practices of the nurses students' in the specialization in Family Health, of the Institute of Continuous Education in PUC Sete Lagoas city, Belo Horizonte, Brasil. Methods: transversal, descriptive, study developed with 17 nurses, students of the Family Health Specialization, with volunteered to participate in the study. It was conducted toward the application of modified questionnaire with the thematic dental avulsion. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistical methods. Results: most of the nurses (71%) never heard before the term “dental avulsion”. Five nurses (29%) would not know which providences is necessary in case of dental avulsion, six (35%) would store the tooth and conduct the person to the dentist, three (18%) just direct the person to the dentist, one nurse (6%) would conduct the person to do the restoration, the other (6%) would store the tooth in milk and would give the tooth to the rescuer, and only one (6%) of them would make the replantation immediately. Conclusions: we can affirm that the analyzed nurses present inadequately knowledge when they were questioned about different aspects of urgency procedures in cases of dental avulsion.
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