Dental trauma: part 2. Managing poor prognosis anterior teeth--treatment options for the subsequent space in a growing patient.

@article{Day2008DentalTP,
  title={Dental trauma: part 2. Managing poor prognosis anterior teeth--treatment options for the subsequent space in a growing patient.},
  author={Peter F. Day and Susan A Kindelan and James R. Spencer and Jay D Kindelan and Monty S Duggal},
  journal={Journal of orthodontics},
  year={2008},
  volume={35 3},
  pages={143-55}
}
Part 1 concentrated on implications of dental trauma especially prior to and during orthodontic treatment. This paper examines the literature supporting various treatment options for poor prognosis anterior teeth and subsequent space generated when these teeth are lost. The role of an interdisciplinary team in managing this clinical situation is essential to obtain optimal results and an orthodontist is an essential member. Although some treatment options are not provided by orthodontists it is… CONTINUE READING

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