00:01    |    
Initial credits
00:06    |    
01:07    |    
Trauma guide by Jens Andreasen
01:54    |    
Tooth injuries in the United States
02:30    |    
Dental trauma statistics of young patients
Most common dental injuries
05:24    |    
Classification of traumatic injuries
Video: Importance of keeping your teeth
06:43    |    
Crown fracture
Radiographic testing of the lips
10:53    |    
Crown-root fracture
12:43    |    
Root fracture
Correct treatment
Importance of an assertive diagnosis
Delayed root fracture
24:03    |    
Concussion or subluxation
Tooth monitoring
Open apex teeth
Apexogenesis Eugenol usage
Non-vital pulp tooth Calcium hydroxide treatmentMTA usage
Regeneration technique
Closed apex teeth
41:07    |    
Extrusive luxation
44:10    |    
Lateral luxation
46:30    |    
47:25    |    
Final words
48:14    |    
Final credits




Endodontic Emergencies: Diagnosis and Treatment (Part III)

10 de agosto de 2012   | Vistas: 11 |  

During this conference, Samuel Dorn speaks about dental traumatic injuries. He begins by sharing important information and statistics about the most common damages that teeth may suffer. He also talks about the high rate of traumatic incidence that prevails, especially in young children. He continues by classifying the types of existing teeth traumas and explains the procedures and techniques that each situation requires. Dorn shares his professional belief on tooth conservation, and finally, advices students to always perform a correct diagnosis in order to understand that sometimes the best treatment for an accident is basically none at all.

Samuel Dorn is professor and chair of the department of endodontics, and director of the advanced specialty education program in…


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