eruption

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Synonyms for eruption

Synonyms for eruption

the act of emerging violently from limits or restraints

a sudden violent expression, as of emotion

Synonyms for eruption

the sudden occurrence of a violent discharge of steam and volcanic material

(of volcanos) pouring out fumes or lava (or a deposit so formed)

a sudden violent spontaneous occurrence (usually of some undesirable condition)

a sudden very loud noise

the emergence of a tooth as it breaks through the gum

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If your pet is diagnosed with a problem related to tooth eruption or exfoliation, Trupanion can help with the expense.
Characterization of teeth condition through tooth eruption and teeth wear in carnivores captured in the Nhumirim Ranch, Pantanal, Brazil, during December 2005-February 2009.
In yearlings we used timing of tooth eruption as a proxy indicator of body condition.
Data from collected deer included the geographic location based on the Wisconsin Public Land Survey System (township-range-section), sex, and age (estimated by using tooth eruption and tooth wear patterns [6]).
Severity of the malocclusion, tooth eruption patterns, oral hygiene level, periodontal (gum tissue) status, decay activity and functional and esthetic issues are all considered before beginning active treatment.
In addition to growth patterns, we describe the tooth eruption sequence of the black-footed ferret.
Timing and sequence of tooth eruption, tooth loss, and dental anomalies are also described.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation between vertical pattern of teeth and curve of Spee in various malocclusion groups in order to better understand the contribution of anterior or posterior tooth eruption to development of curve of Spee in individual malocclusion type.
14) suggested that children with HSAN type IV might induce oral self-mutilation through excessive bruxism or autoextraction in response to malaise or discomfort accompanying tooth eruption.
They may be described under four categories namely, clinical, radiographic, histological, physical and chemical analysis (4) Of these, the clinical examination of visualizing the tooth eruption in the oral cavity is more suitable method since it does not require any special equipment, expert opinion; noninvasive and more economical.
6) Researchers have reported accelerated tooth eruption in children with DM under the age of 11 and delayed tooth eruption in children with DM after the age of 11.
The USPSTF guidelines, published in early May 2014, recommend that primary care providers prescribe oral fluoride supplementation starting at 6 months for children whose water supply is lacking in fluoride and that they apply fluoride varnish to the primary teeth of all children starting at primary tooth eruption.
The USPSTF guidelines, published this month, recommend that primary care providers prescribe oral fluoride supplementation starting at 6 months for children whose water supply is lacking in fluoride and that they apply fluoride varnish to the primary teeth of all children starting at primary tooth eruption.