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Minerva Stomatologica 2003 June;52(6):289-300

language: Italian

Tooth replantation after traumatic exarticulation. Present therapeutic orientations and future perspectives

Itro A., Difalco P., Carotenuto A.


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Replantation is a method in which an avulsed dental element is replaced into its alveolar socket. The dental traumatic exarticulation occurs in any age, but most frequently in the juvenile population. The aim of this paper is to rewiew the risks and benefits of tooth replantation and to discuss the present therapeutic orientations and future perspectives for avulsion management.

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