Subluxation, also called central dislocation, is often the result of an axial impact in the apical direction, moving the tooth
within the alveolar bone. This is perhaps one of the most traumatic injuries, since the displacement of a tooth within its socket
implies extensive and acute involvement of the periodontal ligament, bone damage and rupture of the neurovascular bundle. The
close relationship between the apexes of the primary teeth and the developing permanent successor in turn can lead to multiple
complications, which are greater when the permanent tooth is affected in the early stages of development.
by all health professions.