Canadian Dental Association
Journal of the Canadian Dental Association
Root fracture injuries affect 0.5%–7% of permanent teeth. Although cervical root fractures are less frequent in children, their serious consequences and poor prognosis may lead to tooth loss. In this case presentation, we discuss a treatment approach chosen to preserve alveolar bone growth following a cervical root fracture in an 8-year-old boy.
Keçeli, Tülin İleri; Kutlu, Burak; and Güngör, H. Cem, "Preserving Alveolar Bone Growth Following Cervical Root Fracture: A Case Report" (2013). School of Dentistry Faculty Research and Publications. 470.
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Accepted version. Journal of the Canadian Dental Association, Vol. 79 (2013). Permalink. © Canadian Dental Association. Used with permission.
H. Cem Güngör was affiliated with Hacettepe University at the time of publication.