Dental trauma is one of the most relevant kinds of emergency in pediatric dentistry and it involves about 25% of young patients. Thankfully, it is often the orthodontist who first examines a trauma. Among the diﬀerent types of dental injuries, dental luxation is one of the most complex, due to the consequences it may have in the long run. Luxation of a tooth is a displacement, in a non-axial direction, combined with a damage of periodontal ligament and contusion or fracture of the alveolar bone. Moreover, it's frequently associated with pulp damage.