||A fracture involving enamel, dentin, cementum and the pulp.
||Crown fracture extending below gingival margin. The crown is split into two or
more fragments, one of which is mobile.
||Tenderness to percussion.
||At least one coronal fragment is mobile. Beause of mobility during mastication there might be transitory pain.
||Not reliable in primary teeth. Inconsistent results.
||Apical extension of fracture usually not visible. In laterally positioned fractures, the extent in relation to the gingival margin can be seen.
||An occlusal exposure.