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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Awareness of the vital measures to take after an accident is essential in ensuring a favorable outcome for the avulsed and replanted tooth. Several studies have been carried out in various other countries to evaluate the information oral health professionals have on the emergency management of avulsed tooth and their general awareness has been found lacking and in need of improvement.
[6] Dehydration, PDL cellular vitality, and mechanical trauma, all affect the prognosis of a replanted tooth. PDL vitality is the primary factor in the prevention of ankylosis.
(1) The prognosis of replanted tooth depends on the existence of viable periodontal ligament cells (PDL).