A 14 year old boy with reimplantation of avulsed maxillary central incisors
Keywords:Avulsion of tooth, Case Presentation, Maxillary central incisor, Reimplantation
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A 14 year old boy, came to the Department with the complaint of accidental missing of upper two central incisor teeth (Figure 1A, B). The teeth were brought by the patient those were healthy and intact. His medical history was non-contributory and he was tetanus immunized. He came 2 hours after the accident with the missing teeth immersed into 0.9% sodium chloride solution. On clinical examination, there were missing of both central incisors. Sockets were full of blood. On palpation, no other tooth was tender.