milk teeth


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milk teeth

[′milk ‚tēth]
(anatomy)
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He said children's milk teeth, and wisdom teeth, were a rich source of stem cells.
We probably get one child per month here who needs all 20 milk teeth out.
The new method involves covering decaying milk teeth with metal crowns.
Artist Gina Czarnecki (top) peers out from her sculpture Palaces - a sculpture made from crystal resin and children's milk teeth; senior exhibitions and events organiser Rosie Addenbrook (left) sits on a chair padded by body fat with a backdrop of dental casts; Jess Pinson, (above), prepares Trophies of Empire III, made from discarded hip bones and (right), some of letters sent in by children with their milk teeth.
Iain Shaw Milk Teeth EP ANYTHING new from Mr Shaw always fills Soundcheck with joy.
They follow a similar deal in Jordan last November as part of the global expansion plans for the company which harvests stem cells from baby milk teeth that can be used later to tackle possible disorders such as Parkinsons and Alzheimer''s in their families by growing new nerve tissue from the cells.
The eight-year-old from St Dennis, Cornwall, underwent an operation to remove all eight of her milk teeth but this failed to cure the problem and she died on December 2, 2005.
The eight-year-old, from Cornwall, underwent an operation to remove all eight of her milk teeth but this failed to cure the problem and she died in December 2005.
Sophie Waller is believed to have suffered from such an extreme fear she refused to eat, drink or speak when her milk teeth started to come loose.
Each year dentists report that hundreds of children aged between four and six in Wales have such extreme signs of tooth decay they are left with no milk teeth.
A year's supply of Macleans Milk Teeth brushes and paste - that's four brushes and six tubes.