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Self-Assessment Questions - Chapter 10

3. Which of the following is most likely following intrusion of a primary tooth?

Re-eruption of the primary tooth.
Pulpal necrosis with possible root infection.

Damage to the underlying tooth and failure of permanent tooth to erupt.

4. Which of the following is the proper management of an avulsed primary tooth?
The tooth should not be re-inserted.
The tooth should be transported in milk and the child rushed to a dentist or ER for re-insertion.
The tooth should be transported in water and the child rushed to a dentist or ER for re-insertion.
It should be re-inserted immediately.
None of the above.

5. Which of the following is a consequence of oral injury? High cost.
Impaired oral or phonetic function.
Infection, including abscess.
All of the above.

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