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Treatment Planning for Traumatized Teeth

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Since the publication of the first edition of this book, increased knowledge of treatment outcomes combined with better techniques, new materials, and innovative technology have led to improved diagnosis and management of dental traumatic injuries. This new edition emphasizes a minimally invasive approach to treating dental traumas in which procedures are aimed at assisting the natural healing process of the dental hard tissues, pulp, periodontal ligament, and alveolar bone; where possible, invasive restoration, pulpectomy, and extraction are avoided. As in the previous edition, key points related to examination and diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment procedures are described for specific types of dental trauma, and long-term follow-up is encouraged. New cases and updated protocols elucidate the most recent approaches to effective treatment of dental traumatic injuries, and the use of dental cone beam computed tomography, which has dramatically improved diagnosis for traumatized teeth, is emphasized throughout.

Contents
Chapter 01. Anatomical Considerations and Classification of Dental Trauma
Chapter 02. Examination and Diagnosis of Traumatic Dental Injuries
Chapter 03. Crown Fracture
Chapter 04. Crown-Root Fracture
Chapter 05. Root Fracture
Chapter 06. Subluxation
Chapter 07. Extrusive Luxation
Chapter 08. Lateral Luxation
Chapter 09. Intrusive Luxation
Chapter 10. Transient Apical Breakdown
Chapter 11. Avulsion
Chapter 12. Trauma to the Primary Dentition
Chapter 13. Trauma to the Supporting Structures

Author

Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi DDS, PhD

Japan, Nagoya

Dr. Tsukiboshi is a graduate of Osaka University School of Dentistry in 1976. He earned a PhD in dental materials from Kyoto University in 1980 and has been engaged in private practice since 1981. Dr. Tsukiboshi’s interest in dental traumatology and autotransplantation has led to extensive clinical involvement, course presentations and publications. Dr. Tsukiboshi has lectured extensively on dental trauma and autotransplantation; he has authored many articles and two textbooks, one on dental trauma in 1998 and one on autotransplantation in 2000. The books have been published in several languages, including English. Dr. Tsukiboshi is is the President of the International Association of Dental Traumatology in 2009 and 2010. Dr. Tsukiboshi is certified as a clinical professor of the dental school of Tohoku University in 2015 to 2018.