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After taking the consent of the patient, reimplantation of the avulsed tooth was planned .
When presented with a scenario in which they find an avulsed tooth or a tooth fragment, 14.
71% paramedics said for extra oral critical time for tooth avulsed tooth to be reimplated.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of Aloe Vera extract in different concentrations on survival of the PDL cells in an avulsed tooth compared with culture media (supplemented DMEM) and egg white.
Replantation is the only treatment choice, but careful assessment of the cases is of up most importance for the avulsed tooth to be successfully replanted.
For each patient only one avulsed tooth was randomly selected to be recruited in the study.
38) It is estimated that for each avulsed tooth that is not able to be salvaged or properly re-implanted, approximately $10,000-$15,000 of cost will be amassed over a lifetime.
In general, it is easier to use the direct technique for the construction of periodontal splints, orthodontic retainers and splint-bridges using the avulsed tooth as the pontic.
Three patients had lost an avulsed tooth that could not be replanted.
7 The speed with which the avulsed tooth is replanted into the alveolar socket results in a favorable outcome therefore every effort should be made to replant the tooth within the first 15-20 minutes, as previously mentioned drying of viable PDL cells should be avoided.
1) Root resorption is a dental complication followed by replantation of an avulsed tooth that can lead to tooth extraction.