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A historical review of dental and facial skeletal trauma.

It is only in the past 100 years that dentists have embraced the concept of occlusion as the guide for reducing and stabilizing fractures involving the jaws. Through early history and into the middle ages, there were two schools of thought regarding the management of jaw fractures. Often overlooked is the influence wars have had on the evolution of treatment of maxillofacial injuries.

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