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By Colin Yates

This guide information the nursing care of sufferers present process oral and maxillofacial surgical procedure. It offers with ailments, issues and accidents of the mouth, jaw and face and gives details at the complete spectrum of sufferer care from pre-admission to discharge making plans. it really is together written through nurses and experts within the zone of maxillofacial surgical procedure, and combines parts of nursing care with clinical and surgical info. It presents an enticing replacement to the heavier clinical tomes that nurses have come to depend upon.

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4. Leave the periodontal tissue; it should not be scraped, as much tissue as possible should be maintained. 5. Splint the tooth with resin to adjacent teeth to stabilize it for 2 –3 weeks. More lengthy periods of rigid splinting may predispose the tooth to ankylosis and may negate success. Evaluating the Success of Replanted Avulsed Teeth Replanted avulsed teeth are considered clinically successful if they meet the following criteria: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Mobility matches the non-replanted teeth. Ankylosis resorption is not evident on radiographs of the periodontal ligament.

If a single tooth moves and a fracture can been seen in a radiograph, it is characteristic of a root fracture. If no root fracture Traumatic Dental Injuries 43 Yes No Avulsion Tooth displace -ment? Yes Mobile No Several teeth move as a unit Yes No Single tooth moves Loose? Radiograph root fracture Alveolar fracture Yes Root fracture No Extrustion No Protrusion or retrustion Avulsion of tooth from its socket Lateral luxation Intrusion Percussion tenderness Intrusion Yes Subluxation Yes Concussion No Fracture ?

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