Notably, there are three main classifications of dental injuries that are used to determine the severity of the injuries. The first classification is injuries to hard dental tissues and pulp. They include; enamel-dentin fracture, enamel fracture, and complicated crown fracture.
The second classification is injuries to the hardened dental tissues of the alveolar process and the pulp. They include; root fracture, crown-root fracture, and alveolar fracture.
The third classification is periodontal tissue injuries. These include; subluxation, concussion, and luxation injuries which are avulsion, extrusive luxation, intrusive luxation, and lateral luxation.