Replantation of Avulsed Primary Incisors: A Risk–Benefit Assessment 

July 1, 2001
Parents of preschool children with avulsed primary incisors may request replantation. Although dental textbooks uniformly recommend that primary teeth not be replanted, some case reports advocate the procedure. This review of case reports identifies a number of pathological outcomes of replantation and provides information for clinicians and parents on the risks that may accompany replantation.

MeSH Key Words: tooth replantation; tooth, deciduous/injuries; treatment outcome

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