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Dento-alveolar and facial injury caused by air gun pellets.

Dental Update 2010 June
UNLABELLED: Recent changes in the law concerning air gun ownership have made air guns a topical subject and many have called for even tighter restrictions. A case of accidental injury during play with an air rifle is described. It highlights the dental and soft tissue damage that can arise from an injury from such a 'toy' and outlines its subsequent management.

CLINICAL RELEVANCE: This case highlights the problems that any dental practitioner may have to deal with when faced with the consequences of air-pellet injuries.

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