The injuries and clinical and radiographic sequelae of the deciduous and permanent teeth
were duly classified according to that proposed by Andreasen, Andreasen, and Andersson (2013) considering the following aspects: Clinical signs: absence of clinical signs; discoloration of the crown, abscess and fistula; Radiographic signs: absence of radiographic alteration, periapical lesion, inflammatory resorption, pulp calcification, ankylosis.
Preoperative panoramic X-ray shows; in maxillary arch retained deciduous teeth are (FDI numbering) 54, 53 and 65, erupting permanent teeth
are 17, 13, 25 and 27, maxillary arch also shows missing both upper lateral incisors (12, 22) and third molar (18,28).
Comparisons of mesio-distal and bucco-lingual crown dimensions of the permanent teeth
in three populations from Egypt, Mexico and the United States.
The aim of the present study was to examine the microvessel density (MVD) and spatial distribution of endothelial cells and the angiogenic activity in permanent teeth
with immature and mature root development.
The prevalence of each CAST code and WHO criteria was evaluated for all the primary and the erupted permanent teeth
. The dmf/DMF counts obtained through use of the CAST instrument were compared with the WHO criteria by giving code 5-7 for decayed teeth, code 8 for the missing teeth and code 2 for the filled teeth.
The aim of this study was to find out the reasons for the extraction of permanent teeth
in patients operated in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in a Dental Faculty.
Prognosis of luxated permanent teeth
- the development of pulp necrosis.
Data collected from patients who required extraction of permanent teeth
for treatment during the period from January to June 2018 were used for the study.
by Story Dr Richa RajMilk teeth acts as placeholders for the set of permanent teeth
So, regenerative endodontic treatment may be a good alternative to conventional endodontic therapies, especially for immature permanent teeth
Background and Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the pattern and causes of traumatic dental injuries (TDI's) to permanent teeth
in children of age 7 to 14 years.
Sometimes permanent teeth
don't have enough room to grow in properly, possibly because a baby tooth is in the way.
"Sometimes permanent teeth
do not have enough room to grow in properly, possibly because a baby tooth is in the way.
A first of its kind study in the UAE has found that there are no significant differences between the permanent teeth
of Emiratis and those of other Caucasian populations namely North Americans.
"Our findings indicated that there are no differences between the dimensions and relationships of the permanent teeth
of Emiratis and those of other Caucasian populations, namely North Americans, for which diagnostic standards have been developed and used in our profession many years ago," said the specialist.