Eruption

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eruption

[i′rəp·shən]
(geology)
The ejection of solid, liquid, or gaseous material from a volcano.

What does it mean when you dream about an eruption?

An eruption, such as a volcanic eruption, usually indicates the forceful breakthrough of unconscious material—repressed thoughts or urges—into consciousness. More generally, an eruption may indicate an upheaval in one’s life.

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There was positive family history of delayed eruption of permanent teeth of the elder sister of our patient.
In this case the patient presented in late mixed dentition stage, with space loss, midline shift and delayed eruption of the right central incisor, which required surgical and orthodontic intervention.
In round figures, the table shows that 85% of the 39 participants with an ASD had visible plaque, with 1 participant in Urgent Need of Care (UNC); 62% had visible gingivitis (2 participants in UNC); 21% had visible caries (2 participants in UNC); 15% had restorative treatment (fillings) that indicate previous dental treatment; 44% had clinical signs of bruxism; 5% had delayed eruption or missing teeth (with 1 participant in UNC); 0% appeared to have an oral infection considered to be in UNC; 0% had a developmental anomaly involving the oral cavity; 26% had an oral injury with 23% involving teeth and 2% involving the cheeks, lips, tongue, or gingiva; and 49% were considered to be orally defensive.
In children with a family history of delayed eruption, pulling the baby teeth doesn't speed up the eruption of the permanent teeth.
5) Here, we present a case report of a supernumerary tooth in the anterior maxillary region--an impacted inverted mesiodens causing delayed eruption of permanent maxillary central incisors.
The oral manifestations include conical or peg shaped teeth, hypodontia or complete anodontia of both the deciduous and the permanent dentition with malformation of any teeth that may be present, generalized spacing, underdeveloped alveolar ridges and delayed eruption of permanent teeth.
It is generally accepted that IO of the primary molar may cause delayed eruption of the permanent successor [Biederman, 1962].