Traumatic dental injuries can be incredibly stressful for both the affected child and their parents. It can also be challenging for the dental team involved, as its management may be complicated, unpredictable, time consuming and difficult in a young child, due to behaviour management considerations and immature tooth development. Being prepared with evidence-based guidelines and knowing how to apply them is the key to achieving successful short and long term treatment outcomes for our Paediatric patients. Join our panelists Arun, Caitlin and Assil on a journey through Paediatric dental trauma looking at a range of cases on topics such as complicated crown fractures, immature vs. mature traumatised teeth and replacement resorption/ankylosis. A focus will be placed on the importance of the multidisciplinary management of complex cases and the key role that general dental practitioners play along the treatment pathway. This interactive session will have you thinking outside the box and introduce you to the contemporary management of dental trauma in children and adolescents, new materials and alternative techniques that you can apply in your practice.