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Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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There are some misconceptions and myths associ- ated with natal and neonatal teeth. It varies among various geographical locations, for instance, in Asian countries like China, India, Poland and African sub- continent the affected children are considered to be a sign of curse.11 On the other hand in Malaysian pop- ulation natal tooth is taken as good fortune2 and in England, France and Italy the person possessing natal tooth is believed to be a world conqueror.
The aim of this study was to investigate the informa- tion regarding natal and neonatal teeth, its occurrence according to gender, associated disorders, complications and treatment options of natal and neonatal teeth.
Any genetic disease and syndrome associated with natal and neonatal teeth were included in the study.
Natal and neonatal teeth. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2002;87(3):227.
DISCUSSION: The occurrence of natal and/or neonatal teeth was reported since prehistoric period, which for centuries has been associated with diverse superstitions among many different ethnic groups.
Natal and Neonatal teeth have been reported as being predeciduous or supernumery teeth [10].
Natal and neonatal teeth: Histologic investigation of two black females.

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