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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin August 2011
39 AUGUST 2011 the dental trauma guide Example 1. Description of an alveolar fracture Example 2. Treatment for a crown fracture with an exposed pulp Example 3. Prognostic information relating to treatment outcomes (root resorption, pulp pathology, marginal bone loss and tooth loss) following avulsion. Example 4. Prognosis of root fractures according to stage of root development SUMMARy Treatment of patients with dental trauma is an important part of general dental practice. Often, patients present as emergencies and require immediate management; however, the treatment we carry out as practitioners can either positively and negatively influence prognosis and tooth survival. The information contained in the Dental Trauma Guide will be of invaluable assistance to all practitioners in making treatment decisions and in deciding whether intervention is a priority, can be delayed or is even necessary. Alex Moule Director International Association for Dental Traumatology IADT membership information is on website: www.iadt-dentaltrauma.org or contact email@example.com
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