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What are the three options for the pulp following injury?

Health
Necrosis
Obliteration
Resorption

1

What is the most common outcome?

Necrosis

2

What does a mildly grey colour mean?

Intrapulpal bleeding with a vital pulp but if colour persists then consider necrosis

3

How often should radiographs be taken in a discoursed tooth?

Every three months

4

What does a yellow or opaque discolouration suggest?

Canal obliteration which should exfoliate as normal

5

What should you do in root resorption cases?

Extract

6

What percentage of primary trauma leads to injury in permanent teeth?

19-68%

7

What primary injury is most commonly associated with damage to the permanent?

Intrusion

8

What injuries can occur at age 2-7?

White or brown hypo mineralised enamel