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Considering dental trauma, 47%, 41%, and 10% of injuries were related to tooth fracture, mobility, and avulsion, respectively.
Tooth fractures in cats are commonly the result of trauma such as being hit by a car, falling from a height or being attacked by another animal.
5 mm) and tooth fracture due to the thin remaining walls of tooth structure ([less than or equal to] 1 mm).
Despite relative ease of intubation in one case, both patients had repeated tooth fracture during laryngoscopic manipulation.
The most common problem is tooth fracture due to trauma from a barbell inserted during tongue piercing.
Dental device - a non-invasive, testing instrument to increase dental implant success, isolate tooth fracture for root canals, and measure the effects gum disease has on dental structure;
The core restoration replaces lost dentine, and provide internal support and retention for the crown and prosthesis also ensure resistance against cervical tooth fracture.
5 TOOTH FRACTURE 10 5 Table 7: Assesment of TMJ Injuries In Epileptic Patients TMJ ABNORMALITY N PERCENTAGE TENDERNESS 33 16.
Orthodontic forced eruption is an appropriate approach without jeopardizing the esthetic appearance in tooth fracture below the gingival attachment or alveolar bone crest.
The reduction in hardness and in tooth fracture resistance promoted by bleaching agents has motivated the development of restorative materials and techniques that aim at reinforcing weakened dental structures.
None of the 30 people reported any post-treatment effects such as sensitivity, gingival irritation, tooth fracture, or a need for root canal therapy from tooth nerve damage (JADA 126.
Tooth fracture reattachment procedure is a simple and conservative technique with various advantages like aesthetics, colour, texture, shades, low incisal wear and maintenance of tooth contours.