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The UL1 is displaced buccally with no root fracture. The apical vessels are likely torn due to the displacement. No alveolar fracture is seen, although there is a little buccal cortical plate still attached to the root of UL1.

CBCT Reconstructed Panoramic Image

Coronal, sagittal and axial slices through the UL1

Volume rendered image showing the UL1

Learning from this case:

Small volume CBCT can be used additionally to 2D X-rays in the diagnosis and management of dentoalveolar trauma after a fall, accident or other mechanism of injury. CBCT is able to show luxation, root fractures and alveolar fractures.

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