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An overview of classification of dental trauma

  title={An overview of classification of dental trauma},
  author={Sasikala Pagadala and Deepti Chaitanya Tadikonda},
Minor falls, local accidents, while participating i n sports or childish pranks that are not intended t o harm produce greatest number of seemingly benign accidents, child’s facial appearan ce be child appear unattractive. Dental injuries are cons idered emergency situation that require immediate care. The purpose of this article is aimed to overv iew the classification of the traumatized teeth. 

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