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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Supernumerary teeth may cause the delayed or impaired eruption of succedaneous teeth (26-52%), displacement or rotation of permanent teeth (28-63%), crowding, abnormal diastema or premature space closure, dilaceration or abnormal root development of permanent teeth, cyst formation (4-9%), or eruption into nasal cavity(Mitchell L, 1989).
This reduction in arch length circumference may compromise the eruption of succedaneous teeth. One approach is to control the space created from the premature loss of primary teeth by the provision of a space maintainer (SM) appliance [Qudeimat and Fayle, 1998; Christensen and Fields, 2005].
A continuous process of teeth eruption and shedding replaces the exfoliated deciduous teeth with succedaneous teeth i.e permanent incisors, canine and premolar .