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Quintessence Int 23 (1992), No. 5     1. May 1992
Quintessence Int 23 (1992), No. 5  (01.05.1992)

Page 363-365


The prevalence of nonrepaired fractured incisors in visually impaired Chinese children and young adults in Hong Kong
O'Donnell
The purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence of nonrepaired fractured incisors in visually impaired Chinese children and young adults in Hong Kong. Eighty-eight children were examined, and it was found that there were significantly more fractures of anterior teeth in the totally blind than in the partially blind. The totally blind seem to be at greater risk of sustaining a fractured anterior tooth than were the sighted.