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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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6] Dehydration, PDL cellular vitality, and mechanical trauma, all affect the prognosis of a replanted tooth.
Reimplantation even after prolonged extra oral dry time not only restore the patient's esthetics, occlusal function but also the feeling of well being and the replanted tooth can serve for some years.
The transportation media and the time duration between avulsion and replantation are considered as effective factors on the destiny of the replanted tooth.