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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Space maintainers are left in place until eruption of the permanent teeth.
For this purpose, in the canal treatment process, the new advances are benefited from for deciduous teeth just like the permanent teeth.
Frequency of root resorption following trauma to permanent teeth.
Comparisons of mesiodistal and buccolingual crown dimensions of the permanent teeth in three populations from Egypt, Mexico, and the United States.
1,6 Some researchers have indicated that intellectually disabled children were more frequently treated with extractions and restorative treatments than healthy children,1,10 whereas others have reported that tooth extraction was commonly selected to treat children with chronic medical illnesses and/or disabilities given the poor prognostic profiles of primary and permanent teeth and the inadequate preventive oral hygiene habits and education strategies of this group.
Preferences for materials used for indirect pulp caps (IPCs), DPCs and pulpotomy in anterior and posterior primary and permanent teeth.
Extracting early allows permanent teeth to grow properly.
But, with eruption of the permanent teeth, the process of gingival inflammation and the subsequent periodontitis is repeated leading to exfoliation of the permanent teeth by 14-15 years.
The MS NID said that use of feeders for kids for a long time also created problems for permanent teeth.
It is encouraging more children have no obvious decay experience in their permanent teeth by the age of 12.
Intra-alveolar root fractures in permanent teeth are uncommon injuries among dental traumas.

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