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The prime rules of trauma are:
The majority of the trauma on adolescents 12 years of age is complicated crown fracture and it is more common in females than males:
A complicated crown fracture includes:
In a subluxation injury you can find bleeding due to:
The best prognosis for an avulsed tooth depends on two factors: The out of mouth (dry time), the damage caused to the PDL cells and the pulpal necrosis. (infection)
The prognosis of a horizontal root fracture depends solely on the time it occurred:
Vital pulp therapy is a viable alternative of treatment for class Ellis 3 crown fractures. ( Enamel, dentin and pulp)
The worst outcome for horizontal root fracture is:
Which of the following should be avoided at all cause when a tooth is avulsed?
Which of the following traumatic injuries is the least severe?