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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Because of the lost permanent teeth and bone loss, the boy will have to wear a dental prosthetic until he is 18.
Clinical, histological and microbiological study of hand-excavated carious dentine in extracted permanent teeth.
Evaluation of the effect of delayed management of traumatized permanent teeth.
If baby teeth are injured and come out too early, the permanent teeth that replace them can come in crooked.
Tooth decay is now the most common chronic disease of childhood, according to a leading researcher on oral health, Dr Carmel Parnell said that more than 20% of eight year olds, 50% of 12-year-olds and 75% of 15-year-olds have experienced decay in their permanent teeth.
However, re-calcification activities are reined in when infants begin to develop baby teeth or during the period when children start developing permanent teeth.
Baby" teeth are more important than most people think, they build and form a path that permanent teeth will follow when they are ready to come out.
Each of the permanent teeth is listed and its use defined.
A radiographic study of mineralization of permanent teeth in a group of children aged 3-7 years.
The Child Dental Health Survey reported that over 40% of 12-year-olds have some history of decay in their permanent teeth--that is, one or more decayed, missing, or filled permanent teeth.
Teeth-in-an-Hour is a new dental implant surgery system that streamlines the treatment process and provides the patient with permanent teeth in record time.
If there is not enough room for your permanent teeth some may have to be taken out.

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