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Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Tooth eruption depends on the contractility of fibroblasts in the periodontal ligament (PDL).
(2014) took a different approach from other studies and looked at gingival tooth eruption at age 6 and body fat at age 12, and found that for each additional erupted tooth at age 6 a patient had a 3% increase in fat mass at 12.
7.8% of respondents suggested doubling the daily dose of vitamin D prophylaxis in infants with delayed tooth eruption, 19.9% suggested immediate cessation of vitamin D in infants with small anterior fontanelle, while 2.4% suggested giving 300.000 IU of vitamin D every two months to infants with delayed walking and 16.9% suggested giving 300.000 IU of vitamin D to infants with leg bowing (Table 1).
Extramedullary plasmacytoma and tooth eruption into the nasal cavity are both rare events.
The TF recommends that primary care physicians implement 2 interventions to prevent tooth decay in infants and children: prescribing oral fluoride supplementation starting at age 6 months in areas where the local water supply is deficient in fluoride (defined as <0.6 ppm F); and periodically applying fluoride varnish to primary teeth starting at the age of tooth eruption through age 5 years.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the histopathologic and molecular changes taking place in the early stages of tooth eruption in the infant rats whose mothers have been treated with propineb during pregnancy.
Several variables can influence the selection of the ideal donor area in cases of autogenous bone grafts, including the cleft size, the bone volume required, the need for tooth eruption through the cleft, the conditions of the donor area, and the repair capacity of the individual [8, 21-23].
The American Dental Association recommends a smear or rice-grain-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste be used to clean a child's teeth starting at first tooth eruption (usually at about 6-9 months of age).
Because age at each tooth eruption is well constrained in white-tailed deer (8), (11), (12), it is possible to link these physiological stressors to certain developmental milestones in the lifespan of these organisms.
For the past few decades researchers have relied on tooth eruption age as a direct proxy for weaning age.