Treatment of trauma requires expertise in re-construction of soft & hard tissue. This poster will demonstrate treatment of dentoalveolar trauma using fundamentals in biology and bone/tissue regeneration. In this report, we will demonstrate a novel approach of soft and hard tissue re-construction in adult patients with dentolaveolar trauma.
Similar to any other accidents, dentoalveolar trauma happens when least expected. Patients who suffer from dentoalveolar trauma present with less than ideal situations as challenges accumulate based on the nature of the trauma. Whether it’s emotional distress, mobility of the traumatized bone, lacerations of the soft tissue, the challenges must be taken into consideration before beginning any treatment. In today’s world, aesthetic outcomes are not considered a luxury by our patients, but expectations. Consequently, as periodontists, it is our responsibility as experts in the re construction of soft and hard tissue to be as prepared as possible in the treatment of dentoalveolar trauma and offer as much guidance to our patients and our colleagues as they need.
The aim of this poster is to shed light on utilizing basic fundamentals of regeneration to treat high risk trauma cases with an increased chance of aesthetic results.