AURELIANA CARAIANE, GHEORGHE RAFTU, RAZVAN LEATA, DIANA CERGHIZAN, LUANA ANDREEA MACOVEI, SERGIU CIPRIAN FOCSANEANU, ANTONELA MAGDALENA COVACI, MAGDALENA RUSU NEGRAIA, MARIANA ILIE, ALINA RAMONA DIMOFTE, MIOARA DECUSARA ODONTAL AND PROTETIC RECONSTRUCTION IN TOTAL CORONAR FRACTURES Beyond the acute character, two important aspects confer specificity to the dento-periodontal traumas: the age of the patients and the multidisciplinary attend of the therapeutic approach. The traumas, together with the dento-periodontal infections, are real pedodontic emergencies. Dento-periodontal traumas are lesions requiring careful examination to establish a correct diagnosis and a rapid establishment of appropriate treatment. They require a rapid diagnosis, an optimal therapeutic attitude, to resolve dento-periodontal structures and further harmonious development of the jaws. The coronary traumas that amputate the dental crown result from trauma that develop high intensity forces, with a point of application to the tooth cervical area, accompanied by other types of injuries. Radical status evaluation is performed paraclinically by imaging exploration methods. Information on root length, implantation, absence or presence of periapical diseases, endodontic treatment quality are fully provided by these methods.Clinically, the diameter of the roots of the teeth is evaluated. The analysis and synthesis of these data will allow the determination of the method of substitution and the planning of working methods. Material and Method: The study group comprises 39 children aged 6-16, most of them present for emergency treatment. Results and Discussion: The traumatic agent’s force exceeds the resistance and elasticity of tissues, causing discontinuities in the tissue structure, whether soft or rough. Conclusions: The provisional or final treatment of dento-periodontal traumas aims at restoring the morphological, functional and psychological integrity of the traumatized individual.
Keywords: trauma, total coronary fractures, root resorption, aesthetic effect, prosthetic and odontal substitutions