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19 with addition of a pulp exposure. , root canal) would be needed prior to crowning of the tooth. Figure 19g depicts a root fracture involving dentin, cementum, and the pulp. Factures in the apical third, either vertical or horizontal, are an indication for extraction. C. Injuries to the Periodontal Tissues These injuries include contusion, luxation, intrusion, or avulsion (Fig. 20). In contusion injuries the tooth would be tender to touch owing to inﬂammation of the tooth-supporting structures.
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