Dentoalveolar injuries are unique injuries. They can range from minor dental fractures to multiple avulsed teeth. Often, it is not clear if an injured patient should be taken to an emergency department or a dental/oral and maxillofacial surgery office. Many emergency room personnel are not familiar with treatment of dentoalveolar injuries or are not equipped to adequately treat them. Private offices may be well prepared to treat dentoalveolar injuries, but unable to treat other injuries. Oral injuries may have concomitant injuries as well, including soft-tissue lacerations or more significant neck, extremity or intracranial injuries. Dentoalveolar trauma is more common in younger patients; bony fractures are more common in older patients. This chapter focuses on dentoalveolar injuries.