Authors: AAE.
Title: Recommended Guidelines of the AAE for the Treatment of Traumatic Dental Injuries.
Journal: AAE Guidelines
Date: Jan 2004
Citation: 2004
Category: Trauma
Evidence-based Ranking: 5
Purpose/Objectives: To aid the practicioner in the management and treatment of dental injuries. (All information is in table form).

Treatment guidelines for luxated permanent teeth: reviews diagnosis, clinical findings, radiographic assessment and findings, treatment and patient instructions are listed for concussion, subluxation, extrusion, lateral luxation, intrusion injuries.

Follow up procedures for luxated permanent teeth: what to look for – up to 3 weeks, 6-8 weeks, 6 months, 1 year, yearly for 5 years.

Treatment guidelines for avulsed permanent teeth with closed apex: review of diagnosis and clinical situation (tooth replanted, length of time EO, storage medium), treatment, antibiotic need, and patient instructions.

Treatment guidelines for avulsed permanent teeth with open apex: same reviews as listed with closed, but with information pertaining to teeth with open apices.

Follow-up procedures for avulsed permanent teeth: Similar follow up as for luxated permanent teeth, but with information pertaining to avulsed teeth.

Treatment guidelines for tooth fractures and alveolar fractures in the permanent dentition: Diagnosis and clinical findings, radiographic and clinical assessment and findings, treatment and patient instructions listed for the uncomplicated/complicated crown fracture, crown-root fracture, root fracture, and alveolar fracture are listed.

Follow-up procedures for fractured permanent teeth and alveolar fractures: follow up at 3-4 weeks, 6-8 weeks, 6 months, 1 year, and yearly for 5-years are reviewed.