Management options for the traumatised, intruded incisor in a growing patient

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Abstract

The management of an intruded permanent incisor in a growing child can affect the long-term replacement options for the tooth. The various treatment options for managing a traumatised, intruded permanent incisor in a growing child are described, alongside two clinical cases managed differently but with the aim of providing the patient with adequate bone and soft-tissue architecture to ensure that all restorative replacement options would be feasible once growth was complete.

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