Dento Alveolar Fractures

Dento Alveolar Fractures

Dento alveolar fractures refer to fractures of teeth and supporting bone that occur after trauma to the mouth following domestic violence, sports injuries and motor vehicle accidents. The teeth in the affected area are often displaced, broken or even lost. The teeth and bone can be repositioned and fixated with microplates and screws or splinting of the teeth. Fracture treatment might require the removal of broken teeth, root canal treatment or restorations. If dental trauma results in lost teeth, or teeth that need to be extracted, dental implants or a partial denture may be necessary.

Dr Herman E.C. Kruger

DR HERMAN E.C. KRUGER

He is a Registered Specialist in Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery in private practice and part-time public service and manages disease processes, trouma and injuries as well as congenital defects involving the mouth, jaws and facial bones. Read more about Dr Kruger

CONTACT DETAILS

Physical Address:
36 St James Road, 5201 East London, Eastern Cape
Tel: 043 722 6212
Fax: 043 743 3994

Email: fkhamissa@sainet.co.za