Traumatic Displacement of Maxillary Permanent Canine into the Vestibule of the Mouth

@inproceedings{Iwase2015TraumaticDO,
  title={Traumatic Displacement of Maxillary Permanent Canine into the Vestibule of the Mouth},
  author={Masayasu Iwase and Michiko Ito and Hanon Katayama and Hiroaki Nishijima and Hirokazu Shimotori and Airi Fukuoka and Yoko Tanaka},
  booktitle={Case reports in dentistry},
  year={2015}
}
Dentoalveolar injuries are common and are caused by many factors. Dental trauma requires special consideration when a missing tooth or tooth fracture accompanies soft tissue laceration. A tooth or its fragment occasionally penetrates into soft tissue and may cause severe complications. This report presents a case of delayed diagnosis and management of a displaced tooth in the vestibule of the mouth following dentoalveolar injury. This report suggests that radiography can lead to an early… CONTINUE READING