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The in vitro explant culture was positive for 100% (9/9) and 75% (3/4) permanent and deciduous teeth respectively.
We evaluated 150 patients with a history of dental trauma in deciduous teeth, totaling 256 traumatized teeth.
Duan, "Investigation of modified platelet-rich plasma (mPRP) in pro- moting the proliferation and differentiation of dental pulp stem cells from deciduous teeth," Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, vol.
(Figure 9) While focusing on discussing the "absorbent organ", referring to the natural destruction of the primary tooth root during permanent tooth eruption, Kronfeld went into depth on the concept of resorption detailing its presence, etiologies and nuances in occlusal trauma, idiopathic entities, deciduous teeth, the role of the dental pulp, impacted teeth, radiographic assessments, in pulpless teeth, in replanted teeth, due to tumors, its presence in orthodontia and its role in cemental repair.
Hypophosphatasia (HPP) is a bone mineralization disorder, commonly presenting with findings such as early loss of deciduous teeth and growth retardation.
Despite the advances made in protection from tooth decay, the widespread natural dentition protection awareness, and the increasing number of patients seeking help from pedodontic clinics, the early loss of the deciduous teeth is still a common problem (1).
Jayanthi, "Comparative evaluation of formocresol and mineral trioxide aggregate as pulpotomy agents in deciduous teeth," Indian Journal of Dental Research, vol.
[9] revealed that mRNA of inflammatory factors, including IL-1 beta, IL-6, and tumor necrosis factor- (TNF-) alpha, was expressed at similar levels in both stem cells from inflamed pulp of deciduous teeth and stem cells from exfoliated deciduous teeth, but the stem cells from inflamed pulps of deciduous teeth secreted more TNF-alpha protein.
In the literature, the total number of extracted and filled teeth and dental caries - decayed, missing, and filled teeth (DMFT) - for permanent teeth and for deciduous teeth, or the total number of decayed, missing, and filled surfaces tooth surfaces (DMFS) for permanent teeth and deciduous teeth), as recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), are generally used for the identification of dental findings in asthmatic children.7,9 The criteria of International Caries Detection and Assessment System (ICDAS) is an evidence based system for detection and classification of caries, fillings and extracted teeth in dental research.10
Other similar DPSCs include stem cells from human exfoliated deciduous teeth (SHEDs) first isolated by Miura et al., in 2003 (4).
It emphasizes the relationship and reciprocal influence of the development of the dentition with the growth of the face and with functional factors, as well as discussing the development of orthodontic malocclusions and the effects of untimely loss of deciduous teeth. This edition includes digital illustrations and 50 animated video clips derived from the DVD series Dynamics of Orthodontics.