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Copertina del libro di Lella di Marco - I saperi delle donne: sguardi e cura dei corpi nei cicli vitali

 

Vol. 34 - Orthodontics and traumatic injuries to the teeth

CAPRIOGLIO A. - CAPRIOGLIO C. - MARIANI L. - CAPRIOGLIO D.

84 pages • 342 color illustrations

ISBN 978-88-7572-142-8

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The Authors
Presentation
Foreword
Summary

 

The Authors

prof. Alberto CAPRIOGLIO

D.D.S. - Specialist in Orthodontics - Associate Professor - Chair of the under- and post-graduate degree courses in orthodontics - University of Insubria, Varese, Italy

dr. Claudia CAPRIOGLIO

D.D.S. - Specialist in Orthodontics - Private practitioner in Pavia, Italy

dr. Lisa MARIANI

D.D.S. - Specialist in Orthodontics - Private practitioner in Varese, Italy

prof. Damaso CAPRIOGLIO

M.D. - Specialist in Odontostomatology - Specialist in Orthodontics - Former chair of the of under-graduate course in orthodontics - University of Parma, Italy - Past President of the Italian Society of Paediatric Dentistry - Past President of the Italian Society of Dental Traumatology - Past Vice President of the International Association of Dental Traumatology

Presentation

It is with great delight that, having written 33 presentations of other authors who have previously contributed to this series, I now find myself called upon to present a “family volume”.

Having, myself, over 50 years of experience in dental traumatology, documented through a long and rich series of clinical cases and several books, a manual and other publications on the topic, and reassured by the over 25 years of experience accumulated by my two co-authors, who are also my own children, I decided to summarise in a single volume all the documentation I have collected over the years relating to the orthodontic treatment of post-traumatic teeth.

This topic is the focus of extensive and in-depth research endeavour at international level, as shown by the 155 bibliographic references that we have included and to which we have specifically referred in order to support to our affirmations throughout this book. However, we have been unable to find in the literature either a monographic volume devoted to this important topic, or specific chapters in broader treatises on orthodontics.

Over 30 per cent of children suffer a dental trauma to their deciduous dentition, and 20 per cent to their permanent teeth.

Most of these children have a pronounced overjet resulting from a class II skeletal pattern or bad habits and they almost always require orthodontic treatment.

For this reason, we felt it opportune to present our clinical experience in a monograph that does not purport to define guidelines, but simply to offer therapeutic indications.

Although dental traumatology still lacks an evidence-based framework, as we point out in this book, our monitoring of a large series of clinical cases through follow-ups, in some cases lasting several decades, allows us to offer the users of this volume a reliable instrument for clinical practice. We also decided to include, in addition to the list of bibliographic references appearing in the text itself, a list of essential reading on dental traumatology, in order to provide a complete overview of this extremely delicate and difficult area of paediatric dentistry.

Dental traumatology is, in fact, the only area that necessarily involves other disciplines in such a broad interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary manner, as well as the creation of a team of various specialists in order to obtain, in many cases, full healing (restitutio ad integrum), and in others excellent occlusal and aesthetic correction of dentoskeletal malocclusions and a stable long-term outcome.

I wish to take this opportunity to renew my thanks and enormous gratitude to the masters of this discipline whom I have had the good fortune to meet and frequent, as a guest in their clinics, over the five decades of my research and teaching career: Jens Ove Andreasen, Frances Andreasen, Leif Bakland, Miomir Cvek, Maria Teres Flores, Robert Isackson, Lars Kristerson, Lennart Lageström, Lief Linge, Olle Malmgren, Ulrick Paulsen, Leif Tronstad, Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi, Björn Zachrisson, not to mention Italian masters such as Giacomo Cavalleri and Nicola Perrini, who, through our many encounters at scientific events and congresses and our exchanging of clinical experiences, have helped to enrich my knowledge, both theoretical and clinical.

I hope that this monograph will prove to be of great value in clinical practice and will help many young people to develop an interest in this discipline, prompting them to undertake new research. I also hope that it might become a permanent didactic resource in all post-graduate schools of orthodontics.

I wish, once again, to express my admiration of our publisher Alfredo Martina for his boundless energy and enthusiasm and his constant commitment to further improving this series in its typography and iconography.

I am also grateful for his constant support, encouragement and wisdom, especially at critical moments and when difficult decisions have to be made.

Prof. Damaso Caprioglio
Professor and Former Chairman
Department of Orthodontics
University of Parma
damaso.caprioglio@dentalchildren.net

Foreword

Orthodontics is possibly the most complicated discipline in dental traumatology with regard to when and how to treat.

Orthodontic movement can, by its very nature, be considered an induced minor chronic trauma to the PDL used to activate osteoclast activity whereby a tooth can be moved to a desired new position.

Such a process has for a long time been debated how it goes along with healing processes in the PDL induced by acute trauma.

Thanks to a series of investigations there is now good evidence that orthodontic treatment can be performed with a limited risk in most cases under the premises that timing of the intervention is carefully chosen as well as the type of treatment.

This book is based on the authors very broad experiences and a carefull perusal of the extensive literature and the different chapters reveals all the critical issues such as timing of orthodontic treatment after trauma and the critical issue of methodology chosen.

As different types of traumas (fractures and luxations) usually imply different treatment procedures this is also covered in great details.

The chapters are furthermore beautifully illustrated with treated cases from start to end. The authors are to be complimented with this new book on orthodontics and trauma.

It should be a must for the orthodontic profession as well as other specialists treating dental traumas.

Prof. Jens Ove Andreasen
Dr. Odont. H.C.
Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital
Resource Centre for Rare Oral Diseases
Department of Oral and Maxillo-Facial-Surgery
Section 5811
Blegdamsvej 9
2100 KBH Ø
Copenhagen
Denmark

Summary

INTRODUCTION

DIAGNOSIS OF DENTAL INJURIES

PREVENTIVE ORTHODONTICS

TRAUMATIC INJURIES TO PRIMARY DENTITION

TRAUMATIC INJURIES TO MIXED AND PERMANENT DENTITION

ORTHODONTIC MANAGEMENT OF TRAUMATISED DENTITION

Treatment planning

Pulp vitality

Root resorption

• Radiographic controls

Endodontically treated teeth

• Choice of root filling material

• Recommended waiting times

• Follow-up radiographs

Dental injuries during orthodontic treatment

Principles for orthodontic treat ment of different types of trauma

Crown fractures

Crown-root fractures

• Orthodontic extrusion

• Surgical extrusion

Root fractures

Luxations

• Intrusive luxations

Avulsions

• Primary dentition

• Permanent dentition

Ankylosis

TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR MISSING TEETH

CONCLUSIONS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

ESSENTIAL READING