Paweł Plakwicz

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Severely impacted and dilacerated incisors are rarely considered for surgical exposure because they may not respond favorably to orthodontic extrusion. These incisors are often extracted, resulting in the need for tooth replacement; however, prosthetic solutions are limited in growing patients. Transalveolar autotransplantation of an impacted incisor may be(More)
INTRODUCTION Agenesis of a maxillary lateral incisor occurs in about 2% of the population. Treatment options should adapt to natural biologic changes in a lifelong perspective. METHODS AND RESULTS A young woman with bilateral agenesis of the maxillary lateral incisors was treated with transplantation of a developing maxillary third molar on one side and a(More)
A retained permanent mandibular first molar caused arrested development and a defect of the alveolar bone in a 16-year-old girl. Extraction of the ankylosed tooth was immediately followed by autotransplantation of the developing maxillary third molar. At the 3-year follow-up examination the interproximal bone level at the autotransplanted molar was equal to(More)
AIMS To determine the periodontal status and long-term outcomes of the surgical treatment of severely impacted developing premolars. MATERIALS AND METHODS Nine impacted and adversely angulated second premolars (four maxillary and five mandibular) were autotransplanted from their initial position to the ideal position within the arches (trans-alveolar(More)
BACKGROUND Hereditary gingival fibromatosis is characterized by slowly progressive enlargement of the gingiva that can present as an isolated condition or present as part of various syndromes. CASE REPORT An 11-year-old female reported with a gingival lesion that caused masticatory problems and poor oral hygiene. Periodontal examination revealed a dense(More)
BACKGROUND Misdiagnosis of traumatic injuries can lead to inadequate treatment and complications both in the short and in the long term. Diagnosis and treatment of a patient who underwent an unusual dental trauma to the primary teeth is described. CASE REPORT A misdiagnosed deeply intruded primary upper central incisor caused massive bleeding after seven(More)
INTRODUCTION The aim of this prospective clinical trial was to examine the predictability of the protocol for premolar transplantation when applied by an inexperienced surgeon. Additional objectives were to examine the hard and soft tissues and to compare the findings with control premolars and also to record the patients' opinions of the treatment(More)
Comprehensive health care in children and youth includes periodic oral examinations. The mucogingival complex undergoes significant changes during development. The factors that impact the width of attached and keratinized gingiva during this period of life are: tooth eruption phase, the position in the arch, the type of frena attachment and oral hygiene.(More)
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