LATERAL LUXATION OF IMMATURE MAXILLARY CENTRAL INCISOR AND AVULSED CONTRALATERAL; A CLINICAL CASE REPORT
Displacement of the tooth other than axially is defined as lateral luxation injury. It is one of the traumatic dental injuries that are common among children .Permanent incisors are the most susceptible to trauma where pulp response may vary according to severity of trauma and stage of tooth development.
Avulsion is the the complete displacement of the tooth out of socket.
This is a case of 7 year old boy documenting the detailed history, clinical and radiographic assessment, management and follow ups of a laterally luxated immature central incisor with fractured alveolar process and avulsed contralateral after falling accidentally while riding a bicycle.