The New Guidelines for Managing Dental Trauma

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The International Association of Dental Traumatology (IADT) is a professional organization whose mission is to promote optimal prevention, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up services in the field of traumatic dental injuries.

In August of this year, the fourth version of IADT guidelines for the management of dental trauma will be published in Dental Traumatology, the only journal in the world dedicated to the science of dental traumatology.

In this short interview, Dr. John O’Keefe, Director of Knowledge Networks CDA, talks to President Elect of the IADT, Dr. Liran Levin, Professor of periodontology at the University of Alberta, who developed a specific interest in dental trauma while serving in the military. Dr. Levin outlines what dentists can expect from this latest version of the open-access guidelines, he highlights how they differ from earlier versions, and invites dental professionals to sign up for the free introductory webinar.

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