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Traumatic Injuries to Primary Teeth

Description:
In this lecture, Dr. Fred Margolis, Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Illinois, discusses the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of traumatic dental injuries. Specifically, the treatment of soft and hard tissue injuries are discussed as well as displacement injuries and pulpal trauma.

Date Added:
6/17/2009

Author(s):

Fred Margolis, DDS Fred Margolis, DDS
Dr. Fred Margolis received his B.S. and D.D.S. from The Ohio State University and his certificate in pediatric dentistry from the University of Illinois College of Dent...
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Questions & Comments
chandanpreet jaspal - (12/4/2013 7:59 AM)

great presentation

Ilhaam Abbas - (5/17/2013 7:12 PM)

HI, Thank you for the video. Would the Labial Parulis disappear after Pulpectomy of a Primary tooth; i.e. is the Success rate good enough??

Ronald Goldstein - (9/9/2012 5:23 PM)

Good presentation, Fred!

jasem jedaan - (9/7/2012 2:43 AM)

thankfor presenttion i hope from presenters make pesentation for new drs

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