2 Year Follow-up: An Avulsed Tooth

Terry Pannkuk, DDS, MScD Instructional, Complications: Advanced Management, Trauma Management, Recall Observations

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Patient: 18 year-old male in excellent health (at time of initial presentation)

Chief Complaint: Asymptomatic

Dental History: Bicycle accident 6 weeks prior to seeing the author. Trauma to the maxillary anterior jaw with tooth #9 (maxiilary left central incisor) avulsed and replaced within an unknown period of time (extraoral time at least 15 minutes)

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