An uncomplicated crown fracture involves only enamel or enamel/dentin structure without involvement of the pulp. Clinical and/or radiographic findings reveal a loss of tooth structure consisting of only enamel or both the enamel and dentin. Injured lips, tongue and gingiva should be examined for embedded tooth fragments and debris. Pulp sensibility testing is recommended to monitor pulpal health changes in adult teeth but is unreliable in primary teeth. Initial testing may be negative initially indicating transient pulpal damage.