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|Fig 1. Maxillary rig ht ce ntral incisor is completely avulsed|
out of its socket and maxillary left central incisor is fractured
involving enamel and dentin.
|Fig 2. Avulsed permanent teeth should be reimplanted as|
soon as possible. Handle the tooth by the crown and avoid touching
|Fig 3. Tooth fracture involving the outer enamel and inner,|
more yellow-colored dentin.
|Fig 4. Tooth fracture resulting in pulpal exposure.|
|Fig 5. Traumatic dental injury resulting in intrusion of the tooth|
into the socket.
|Fig 6. Traumatic dental injury resulting in partial extrusion of|
the tooth out of its socket.
|Fig 7. Soft tissue trauma of the lower lip associated with lip|
chewing following the use of local anesthesia in a 4-year-old child.
|Fig 8. The left maxillary central incisor is restored with dental|
materials to its original form after a crown fracture.
|Fig 9. The avulsed teeth are stabilized by a splint after reimplantation.|
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