Dental Injuries: Field-Side Pocket Guide
A guide for parents, athletic trainers, caregivers, teachers and... patients!
Dental injuries, whether simple or complex, often require treatment onsite at the time of the injury when typically there is no dentist present. Proper attention can save pain, alleviate anxiety, and years of costly dental treatment. A little knowledge, as they say, can go along way.
Dear Doctor has created a handy pocket guide for managing dental injuries so you can be prepared the next time players come to you holding their mouth in pain.
We have provided this guide in 2 formatting options below. The first is a printer friendly letter size which can easily be printed on any inkjet or laser printer. The second option can be printed and folded to be used as a pocket guide. If you are interested in purchasing professionally printed copies, see the options below.
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This quick-reference guide is a summary of the article, “The Field-Side Guide to Dental Injuries” by Dr. David J. Kenny and Dr. Michael J. Casas published in Volume 3, Issue 4 of Dear Doctor - Dentistry & Oral Health magazine's special issue “Sports Injuries and Dentistry.”
Drs. Kenny and Casas are members of the Toronto Dental Trauma Research Group, The Hospital for Sick Children, and the University of Toronto (Canada).
DISCLAIMER: The editorial content in this quick reference guide is a tool to assist you and your family in treating a dental injury/emergency—it is not influenced by commercial interests. Stated actions should be taken as recommendations based upon generally accepted medical and dental protocols. Consult with your dental professional regarding any specific treatments, questions, and/or injuries.
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