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Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Knowledge of the natural process of tooth eruption and exfoliation can help aid in catching issues early, and therefore decrease the chance that a puppy or kitten will see long-term effects.
Dental observations on tooth eruption patterns and congenital anomalies were recorded for each specimen.
Disorders of tooth eruption can be difficult to categorise so diagnosis must be based on a combination of longitudinal clinical and radiographic findings, and the tooth's response to treatment.
A supernumerary tooth in the nasal cavity could result from obstruction at the time of tooth eruption because of crowded dentition, persistent deciduous teeth, trauma, a developmental disturbance such as cleft palate, or a genetic predisposition.
Stages of tooth eruption and development in the specimen indicate that the infant had reached no more than 2 years of age, Akazawa contends.
I recommend wiping the periodontal tissue with wet gauze after breastfeeding, and I talk to the mom about tooth eruption expectations and planning the first dental visit.
Until the exact causes are known and prevention of the defect could be an option [Alaluusua, 2010], children with MIH frequently require extensive treatment soon after tooth eruption.
Delayed tooth eruption, in part from delayed tooth formation, may be the first feature noted and can apply to both primary and permanent dentitions.
Telltale isotopic signatures of carbon from enamel layers that form sequentially during tooth eruption allowed the team to pinpoint the types of plant materials consumed by the mammals as they ate their way across the landscape through the seasons, according to Eberle.
Tooth formation has been more widely used than tooth eruption for assessing dental maturation because it is a continuous and progressive process that can be followed radiographycally, and most teeth can be evaluated at each examination.