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There are two main phases in treating dental trauma. First is the emergency, where timeliness of care is of utmost importance. The second phase is the follow-up care, where being able to prevent or alternatively diagnose and treat complications associated with the trauma, like pulpal necrosis and various different types of root resorptions, are the key issues. Specially during the current COVID-19 pandemic and the ADA restrictions, some dental offices may not be open thus, we may be more likely encounter traumatic dental injuries. This lecture will review in detail the latest International Association of Dental Traumatology recommendations on immediate management of traumatized permanent teeth, with emphasis on the endodontic considerations.
 
At the conclusion, participants should be able to:
Describe a standardized method to assess the patient immediately following trauma.
Describe the recommended emergency treatment for most common dental injuries.
Describe possible late complications if correct treatment is not rendered.
Describe most common endodontic treatment considerations of traumatized teeth.

 

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