Consideraciones clínicas del tratamiento de ortodoncia en dientes con trauma dentoalveolar.

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Adriana María Torres Restrepo
José Camilo Preciado Sánchez

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Adriana María Torres Restrepo, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia

Odon. Endodon.

José Camilo Preciado Sánchez, Universidad CES

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Los traumas dentoalveolares son un problema de salud pública muy común. La influencia que tienen va mas allá del accidente y su impacto en las piezas dentarias, debido a que a futuro se convierten en un factor decisivo si se requiere un tratamiento de ortodoncia, ya que dichos traumas predisponen los dientes a sufrir complicaciones tales como reabsorción radicular, necrosis pulpar, obliteraciones, cambios de color y reabsorciones internas. El adecuado tratamiento de los dientes que presentan traumas en su historial clínico es indispensable para el éxito del tratamiento ortodóncico.  

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