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Synonyms for dentition

the eruption through the gums of baby teeth

the kind and number and arrangement of teeth (collectively) in a person or animal

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In the literature, although many studies report scientific experiments in several countries and Brazilian states (Assuncao, Ferelle, Iwakura, & Cunha, 2009; Jesus et al., 2010; Coutinho & Cajazeira, 2011; Bucher, Neumann, Hickel, & Kuhnisch, 2013; Viegas et al., 2014; Berti, Hesse, Bonifacio, Raggio, & Bonecker, 2015; Elkarmi, Hamdan, Rajab, AbuDGhazaleh, & Sonbol, 2015; Feldens, Borges, Vargas-Ferreira, & Kramer, 2016), there are no studies determining data on dental trauma in deciduous dentition in the northern region of the State of Parana (PR), Brazil.
* F/f: Filled tooth/teeth in permanent and deciduous dentition.
Deciduous Dentition. Tooth agenesis is considered rare in the deciduous dentition and is not as common as in the permanent dentition.
Maximum bite force and related dental status in children with deciduous dentition. Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry 2004;28(2):139-42.
This textbook explains tooth formation, the development of the deciduous dentition, the transition, the changeover to the permanent dentition, and its aging.
Relationship between breastfeeding duration and prevalence of posterior crossbite in the deciduous dentition. American J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop.
Supernumerary tooth does not show any sexual predilection in the deciduous dentition. However, twice as many males are affected as compared to females in the permanent dentition [2-5].
Makhija, "Some observations on spacing in the normal deciduous dentition of 100 Indian children from Gujarat," The British journal of orthodontics, vol.
There is a 3-step development of dental structures depending on the type of the teeth: first, deciduous dentition which starts by eruption of the lower incisors (front tooth) at the age of 6-months.
This concept especially as applied to deep overbite patients, has been supported by others9 and produces variable results with regards to maintaining a level curve after treatment.4,10 It has been suggested that the deciduous dentition has a curve of Spee ranging from flat to mild, whereas the adult curve of Spee is more pronounced.11 The development of curve of Spee probably results from combination of factors including eruption of teeth, growth of orofacial structures, and development of neuromuscular system.12
However quite earlier Schmidt-Kittler (1976) and Chen and Schmidt- Kittler (1983) suggested the distinction of percrocutids from hyaenids, based on the deciduous dentition. The carnassial teeth of A.
Additional teeth were equal in size and well-rooted--clearly not retained deciduous dentition. Although not considered anomalous, [I.sup.1] and [I.sup.2] were variable in size, angle and placement in many adults, as was size and placement of [I.sup.2] and [I.sup.3].