Abstract

    Open Access Perspective Article ID: OJT-4-132

    Biomaterials for the rehabilitation of bone and teeth tissues from the sequelae of oral trauma

    Mayra de la C Pérez Álvarez* and Amisel Almirall La Serna

    Diagnosis and treatment for traumatic dental injuries are very complex due to the multiple trauma entities represented by six luxation types and nine fracture types affecting both the primary and permanent dentitions. When further considering that fracture and luxation injuries are often combined, and can involve either dentitions, a great number of trauma scenarios may result [1]. Classifications, epidemiological, clinical and radiographic studies are considered very important to evaluate the particular case in each patient in order to correctly plan and conduct the treatments of these injuries. Therefore, even though oral-facial trauma has been extensively investigated, in vivo clinical essays are frequently needed to understand and improve the healing processes after trauma and to determine the best treatment in each case [2,3]. 


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    Published on: Oct 6, 2020 Pages: 47-48

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/ojt.000032
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