Ellis and Davey Classification (1970)

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In this post we shall learn about the most commonly used tooth fracture classification i.e. Ellis and Davey Classification.

Class 1: Simple fracture of the crown involving little or no dentin

Class 2: Extensive fracture of the crown involving considerable dentin but not pulp

Class 3: Extensive fracture of the crown involving considerable dentin, and exposing the dental pulp

Class 4: The traumatized tooth which becomes nonvital with or without loss of crown

Class 5: Teeth lost as a trauma

Class 6: Fracture of the root with or without loss of crown structure

Class 7: Displacement of the tooth without fracture of crown or root

Class 8: Fracture of the crown en masse and its replacement

Ellis and Davey Classification
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