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In the present study, 109 respondents (45%) reported that age of completion of primary tooth eruption was 1-1.
Indirect pulp capping and primary teeth:Is the primary tooth pulpotomy out of date?
DISCUSSION: King et al (7) conducted a survey on the concentration of Formocresol used by pediatric dentists in Texas for primary tooth pulpotomy, according to which majority of pediatric dentists are not only still using Formocresol for primary tooth pulpotomy, but they are also using full strength Formocresol, either knowingly or unknowingly which indicates that there is as much confusion among practitioners about Formocresol as there is variation in their technique.
Example of occlusal restoration on a primary tooth with a pack- able GIC: RivaA Self Cure (SDI)
Chelicera: fixed finger with large primary tooth and medial tooth, smaller anterior tooth.
2) If an extraction does not occur, the primary tooth will be repositioned and splinted, and a root canal may be performed.
A dark (blackish-bluish) front primary tooth may indicate a change in the vitality of its nerve, usually due to a past history of trauma to the tooth.
When a primary tooth is lost before a permanent one is ready to appear, the adjoining teeth may tilt toward the space.
This primary tooth of USNM 2225 is unusually short for a M3 of Mammut americanum, which normally is about 160 to 225 mm long (Skeels, 1962; Lucas, 1987).
Note that the greater accuracy of lasers versus conventional drilling allows for typically less excavation and therefore greater preservation of primary tooth.
First, carious primary tooth was assessed, it was not restorable so extraction was done by using topical and local anesthesia that was injected deeply and slowly into the soft tissue to avoid trauma to the fragile oral tissues.