permanent teeth


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permanent teeth

[′pər·mə·nənt ¦tēth]
(anatomy)
The second set of teeth of a mammal, following the milk teeth; in humans, the set of 32 teeth consists of 8 incisors, 4 canines, 8 premolars, and 12 molars.
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In order to check for association between the variables related to the trauma, data were analyzed according to the age of the children at the time of the trauma, as well as the time elapsed from the trauma with the sequelae for the deciduous and permanent teeth, using the Chi-Square test (p < 0.05).
There was no significant difference between anti-CD34 and anti-CD146 for identifying endothelial cells (P=0.50) in immature and mature permanent teeth. Depending on the plane of section, staining was detected on the endothelial cells of the vessels with a distinct lumen, as well as single and clusters of cells devoid of a lumen (Figs.
In this study dentin cavitation was found in 37.00% of primary teeth and 3.04% of permanent teeth, pulpal involvement was seen in 30.33% of primary teeth and 3.69% of permanent teeth.
Use of laser Doppler flowmetry to predict vitality of luxated or avulsed permanent teeth. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod.
[3-9] There are no data available regarding causes for the loss of permanent teeth among patients in Nalgonda region population.
Space maintainers are left in place until eruption of the permanent teeth. What types of space maintainers are available?
Kim, "Regenerative endodontic treatment of permanent teeth after completion of root development: a report of 2 cases," Journal of Endodontics, vol.
Thus, it is imperative to carried out a study which reveals not only the pattern and causes of TDIs but also the type of TDI sage and teeth involved in order to contribute effective strategies regarding dental injuries in permanent teeth. The aim of this study is to determine the pattern, causes and age involved in TDIs in permanent teeth amongst 7 - 14 years old children.
In conclusion, Dr Moza said: "Our findings indicated that there are no differences between the dimensions and relationships of the permanent teeth of Emiratis and those of other Caucasian populations namely North Americans, for which diagnostic standards have been developed and used in our profession many years ago."
([section]) Primary teeth are the first teeth (baby teeth), which are shed and replaced by permanent teeth.
The patient data were retrospectively recorded, including general and dental history, reasons for general anaesthesia and treatment modalities, such as the number of restorative primary teeth and restorative permanent teeth, the total number of teeth undergoing operative restoration, root-canal treatment, amputation, stainless-steel-crowns, tooth extraction, glass-ionomer-cement, preventive-resin-restoration, supragingival scaling, full-mouth prophylaxis and fissure-sealant procedures.

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