NOTAS DE ENDODONCIA

APOYO ACADÉMICO POR ANTOLOGÍAS

UNIDAD 9: TRAUMATOLOGÍA EN ENDODONCIA

Profesor:  Dr. Ricardo Rivas Muñoz

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CONTENIDO DE LA UNIDAD 9:

13.1. Incidencia.
13.2. Etiología.
13.3. Clasificación de los traumatismos.
13.3.1. Diagnóstico

Fracturas no complicadas

 

Síndrome del diente fisurado (Tooth crack syndrome)

Fracturas complicadas

 

PALABRAS CLAVE

REGRESAR A LA SEGUNDA SECCIÓN DE TRAUMATOLOGÍA

RESUMEN DE ARTÍCULO CITADO:

 ABSTRACT 

Restoration of fractured teeth – a long-term study.

by David A. Hall, D.D.S.
Dr. Sergio A.M. Ourique
Dr. Guilherme H. Itikawa

(Dr. David Hall is a former dentist who practiced in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and is now the
owner and president of Mapletree Publishing Company of Denver, Colorado.)

(Dr. Sergio Ourique is Chairman of the Department of Prosthodontics, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil.)

(Dr. Guilherme Itikawa is an endodontist practicing in Sao Paulo, Brazil.)

This research was published in a Brazilian dental journal, Revista Paulista de Odontologia, Jan-Feb 2004, pp. 10-15.
 
The English version of this article was published in the
Journal of the Colorado Dental Association, Fall 2004 issue
.

 

Abstract:

 

When a vertical tooth fracture extends below the gingival attachment, the recommended treatment has been extraction.As asserted by Walton, after the diagnosis of a split tooth is confirmed, saving the tooth is not an option.  “Maintaining an intact tooth is impossible,” the text explains. “If the fracture is severe (that is, deep apically), the tooth must be extracted. If the fracture shears to a root surface that is not too far apical, the smaller segment will be very mobile. Then there is a good possibility that the small segment can be removed and the remainder of the tooth salvaged."

The rationale is that when a fracture extends from the supragingival area to below the attachment, the fracture line can become a nidus for progressive inflammation. As stated by Simon, Glick and Frank, “Once this attachment is breached and the groove becomes involved, a self-sustaining infrabony pocket can be formed along its length. This condition is nonresponsive to periodontal treatment.”

This paper will challenge these assertions by offering literature citations and long-term case studies of up to twenty years which show conditions under which a split or fractured tooth can be completely salvaged, intact and fully healthy.

 

Hall, D.A. et al. Restoration of fractured teeth – a long-term study. Disponible en: http://www.mynewsmile.com/fracturedtooth.htm  Consultado el 22 de abril de 2008

 

Investigado por el Alumno Luis Enrique Díaz López del grupo 2622 (2008), FES Iztacala, UNAM

 

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