Total Teeth Avulsion - (Knocked out teeth)
Dental avulsion. Dental avulsion is the complete displacement of a tooth from its socket in alveolar bone owing to trauma. The treatment for permanent teeth consists of replantation, immediately if possible. ... In normal conditions, a tooth is connected to the socket by means of the periodontal ligament.
The treatment for permanent teeth consists of replantation, immediately if possible. Deciduous teeth should not be replanted due to the risk of damaging the permanent tooth germ. Immediate replantation ensures the best possible prognosis, but is not always possible, have shown that teeth that are protected in a physiologically ideal media can be replanted within 15 minutes to one hour after the accident with good prognosis.
Whole Milk, preferably has been also recommended as a storage medium for avulsed teeth.
All teeth that have been knocked out should be replanted but watched carefully for the development of root resorption. Teeth that do not have root canal treatment within two weeks of replantation also have a poor prognosis.