Dental emergencies are a common chief complaint seen during Fast Track shifts. Read on below for a refresher on the classification system used for dental fractures and management.
In a previous posts, we discussed the general approach to facial fractures and zygomatic fractures. Read on for specifics of Le Fort (maxillary) fractures and their management.
In a previous post, we discussed the general approach to facial fractures. Read on for specifics on signs and management of zygomatic arch & tripod fractures.
The classic intraoral technique for the reduction of a mandibular dislocation requires significant force and sedation, but what if you could preform the reduction without requiring either?