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1976) in describing teeth of bison, and Loring and Wood (1969) in describing deciduous teeth of camelids.
In vivo studies on lead content of deciduous teeth superficial enamel of preschool children.
In children exposed to lead sources from mining, paint, or gasoline in communities such as the Broken Hill lead mining community, it has been shown that the source of lead from the incisal sections was different from the source of lead in the cervical sections of deciduous teeth, reflecting the change in lead from exposure in utero to that in early childhood (Gulson 1996; Gulson and Wilson 1994).
The pattern of accelerated enamel formation in Paranthropus permanent molars resembles that observed in human deciduous teeth that are shed during childhood, says Martin.
Antibiotic prophylaxis is NOT recommended for the following dental procedures or events: routine anesthetic injections through noninfected tissue; taking dental radiographs; placement of removable prosthodontic or orthodontic appliances; adjustment of orthodontic appliances; placement of orthodontic brackets; and shedding of deciduous teeth and bleeding from trauma to the lips or oral mucosa.
The researchers said that stem cells could be easily extracted from deciduous teeth, which are routinely lost in childhood and generally discarded.
In the childhood form, patients have varying degrees of skeletal hypomineralization and may have frank rickets, short stature, bone pain, muscle weakness, delayed motor milestones, early loss of deciduous teeth, and may experience frequent, poorly-healing fractures.
In human biology, by what name are the deciduous teeth which we lose before adulthood more commonly known?
Performance of conventional and new methods for the detection of occlusal caries in deciduous teeth Caries Res 2003;37(1): 2-7.
It is possible, however, that work currently in hand involving micro-sampling of collagen from dentine of deciduous teeth from Wharram Percy may help here.
Although dentigerous cysts can involve any unerupted tooth, they usually involve third molars; they rarely involve unerupted deciduous teeth.
For each child we assessed the number of decayed, missing, or filled surfaces on permanent teeth (DMFS), and the number of decayed or filled surfaces on deciduous teeth (dfs); the number of surfaces at risk (SAR) was also recorded.