COMPARISON BETWEEN THE USE OF PANORAMIC RADIOGRAPHY AND CONE BEAM COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY TO LOCATE DENTAL ELEMENTS SEVERE INTRUDED DUE TO TRAUMA: CASE REPORT

Pedro Diniz Rebouças, Lorena Walesca Macedo Rodrigues, Adriana Kelly de Sousa Santiago, Clarice Santana Milagres, Juliana Oliveira Gondim, José Jeová Siebra Moreira-Neto

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Intrusive luxation is a kind of traumatic injury characterized by an axial displacement of the tooth toward the alveolar bone. Its main causes are bicycle accidents, sports/recreational activities, and falls or collisions. Treatment strategies include waiting for the tooth to return to its position, immediate surgical repositioning and repositioning through dental traction by orthodontic devices. The correct diagnosis must be based on clinical and radiographic exams and it is crucial for decision-making in the treatment of injured patients. Currently, the cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has been widely used in orthodontics, restorative dentistry and implantology as well as in the diagnosis of complex dental trauma. This article reports a case of severe dental intrusion, in which the cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) was performed because of doubts generated after clinical examination and panoramic radiograph analyze. This case report confirmed that the CBCT is an important exam to correct diagnostic.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21576/pa.2014v11i2.1016

DOI (PDF): https://doi.org/10.21576/pa.v11i2.1016.g903

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