Who dental trauma classification?

Class 1 - Simple crown fracture with little or no dentin Class 2 - Extensive crown fracture affecting a significant amount of dentin but not dental pulp Class 3 - Extensive crown fracture with dental pulp exposure Class 4 - Loss of entire crown. The fracture shows signs of repair, with part of the dental hard tissue being interposed in the fracture line on the palatal side of the root. Table 9-1 Classification of Hard Dental Tissue and Pulp Injuries (Andreasen and Andreasen, 199.Hopefully this will contribute to increasing public awareness and management of the dental profession about RTDs. An accurate, clear and easy to use Traumatic Dental Injury (TDI) classification and definition system is a prerequisite for proper diagnosis, study and treatment.

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