Guidelines for the evaluation and Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries
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Guidelines as Originally Published:
- 1. Fractures and luxations of permanent teeth
Anthony J. DiAngelis1,†, Jens O. Andreasen2,†, Kurt A. Ebeleseder3,†, David J. Kenny4,†, Martin Trope5,†, Asgeir Sigurdsson6,†, Lars Andersson7, Cecilia Bourguignon8, Marie Therese Flores9, Morris Lamar Hicks10, Antonio R. Lenzi11, Barbro Malmgren12, Alex J. Moule13, Yango Pohl14, Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi15..
2. Avulsion of permanent teeth
- 3. Injuries in the primary dentition
Barbro Malmgren1,†, Jens O. Andreasen2,†, Marie Therese Flores3,†, Agneta Robertson4,†, Anthony J. DiAngelis5,†, Lars Andersson6, Giacomo Cavalleri7, Nestor Cohenca8, Peter Day9, Morris Lamar Hicks10, Olle Malmgren11, Alex J. Moule12, Juan Onetto13, Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi14...
Lars Andersson1,†, Jens O. Andreasen2,†, Peter Day3,†, Geoffrey Heithersay4,†, Martin Trope5,†, Anthony J. DiAngelis6, David J. Kenny7, Asgeir Sigurdsson8, Cecilia Bourguignon9, Marie Therese Flores10, Morris Lamar Hicks11, Antonio R. Lenzi12, Barbro Malmgren13, Alex J. Moule14, Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi15...
The IADT will continue to expand these Guidelines in multiple languages.
- International Association of Dental Traumatology guidelines for the management of traumatic dental injuries:
1. Fractures and luxations of permanent teeth
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2. Avulsion of permanent teeth
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International Association of Dental Traumatology guidelines for the management of traumatic dental injuries:
3. Injuries in the primary dentition
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