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Seraj B, Hakoupian N. Replantation of an Avulsed Central Incisor after Long Extra- Alveolar Period. (Case Report). jdm. 2000; 13 (2) :61-66
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A case involving the replantation of an avulsed incisor after long extra-oral period (8 days) is reported. After cleaning the root surface, the tooth was soaked in fluoride gel for 20 minutes and root canal therapy was performed extraorally. The tooth was stabilized by wire and composite for six weeks. The patient has been periodically recalled and the tooth monitored for 36 months after replantation. Only minor external surface resorption was observed in the periapical area on the rodiograph, which was taken immediately before removal of the splint and the rate of subsequent replacement resorption has been acceptable. It should be considered that and extended extraoral period is not an absolute contraindication to replantation. Teeth replanted after long extra- alveolar periods can function for a long period of time and thus postpone prosthetic treatment.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: general
Published: 2013/07/31

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