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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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The loss of tooth tissues can happen because of carious and non-carious causes.
A medically and periodontally stable 25-year-old, non-smoking male reported to Department Of Periodontology, Army Dental Centre, Delhi Cantt and presented with a previously traumatic loss of tooth No.
The present case necessasites us to bring awareness about these types of diseases in the public through various media to educate and motivate the patients for consulting the dentist as soon as the deciduous and permanent teeth erupt, so that an attempt can be made to prevent loss of tooth structure.
Dental erosion is the loss of tooth enamel caused by acid attacks from typical holiday foods and drinks.
According to the nonprofit Environmental Working Group (EWG), overexposure to fluoride can be toxic, causing dental fluorosis (mottling and loss of tooth enamel) and skeletal fluorosis (joint pain, stiffness and bone fractures).
This case is unusual because the oral situation showed no loss of tooth substance by abrasion or erosion.
Tooth decay is an infectious disease caused by a micro-organism which affects the teeth, causing loss of tooth structure and eventually loss of the tooth itself, which has affected children as young as five whose baby teeth were even affected.
However, in due time, we realized we were missing one other major, but rarely identified, loss of tooth structure: abfraction.
The extent of tooth wear is currently evaluated by means of qualitative or ordinal scales that are insensitive to small changes in loss of tooth structure that cannot ascertain the rate of wear.
This loss of tooth structure permits the invasion of bacteria that results in dental decay.