Oral surgery II: Part 1. Acute management of dentoalveolar trauma

@article{Tagar2017OralSI,
  title={Oral surgery II: Part 1. Acute management of dentoalveolar trauma},
  author={Harjit Tagar and Serpil Djemal},
  journal={BDJ},
  year={2017},
  volume={223},
  pages={407-416}
}
The aesthetics of the mouth are important in determining overall facial attractiveness. People with a relatively normal dental appearance are perceived as more attractive, more intelligent and more desirable as friends. Although the oral region comprises only 1% of the body area it accounts for 5% of all bodily injuries, and of facial injuries, dental injuries are the most common. A US survey among people aged 6-50 years showed that 1 in 4 had evidence of dental trauma. 
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