permanent tooth

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Synonyms for permanent tooth

any of the 32 teeth that replace the deciduous teeth of early childhood and (with luck) can last until old age


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That means the permanent tooth may drift or tilt forward.
Besides its antiseptic features, when used for canal filling in deciduous teeth, it is resorbed in accordance with the root, and it does not cause any harmful effect on the permanent tooth germ.
Primary teeth that avulse should not be replaced, because of concern for damaging the underlying permanent tooth.
To our knowledge, this study constitutes the first reported case of DC in which affected permanent tooth was intentionally replanted to its place after marsupialization.
According to recent studies, approximately 69% of adults from the ages of 35 to 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth to periodontal disease, tooth decay, an unsuccessful root canal or an accident, and 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth by age 74.
Before replantation, of an avulsed permanent tooth in particular, the extra-alveolar period and storage medium should be considered.
When people were asked about "milk & permanent tooth caring", they expressed their ideas this way: milk tooth is a short- lived one existing in man mouth for a while but a permanent tooth stays there forever.
Bonding efficacy of single-step self-etch systems to sound primary and permanent tooth dentin.
Furthermore, it is thought that this kind of resorptive process does not apply to the type of resorption found in permanent molars, because they do not have a primary predecessor similarly it does not apply to any permanent tooth in patients who have hypodontia where the primary predecessor is congenitally missing.
Note that deciduous teeth should not be reimplanted in their alveolar socket in the case of traumatic avulsion, since this procedure may damage the underlying permanent tooth bud.
Permanent teeth--Adolescents (15 years) 15% 27% 28% Adults (35-44) 40% 30% 38% No permanent tooth loss due to caries or periodontal disease in adults Source: U.
Among children aged 6-8, 9-11, and 12-15 years from nonfluoridated villages, 57%-91% had one or more decayed, missing, or filled permanent tooth (DMFT >0), and 45%-68% had one or more decayed permanent tooth (DT >0).
The permanent tooth is already growing underneath it when it's loose and is ready to erupt out of the gum once the milk tooth goes.
Centuries ago it was a common practice to bury a child's tooth in the ground when it fell out - so a permanent tooth would grow in its place.
A helpful first-aid section explains what to do if you have a toothache, break a tooth, or knock out a permanent tooth.
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