Diagnosis and management of sports-related injuries to the teeth

J H Camp
Dental Clinics of North America 1991, 35 (4): 733-56
All dental emergencies must be considered true emergencies until determined otherwise. Prompt diagnosis and treatment of sports-related traumatic injuries to the teeth and supporting structures are essential to successful long-term clinical outcome. Emergency and long-term treatment techniques for crown fractures, tooth fractures, displaced teeth, and avulsed teeth are described from an endodontic perspective.

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