deciduous teeth


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deciduous teeth

[di′sij·ə·wəs ′tēth]
(anatomy)
Teeth of a young mammal which are shed and replaced by permanent teeth. Also known as milk teeth.
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In contrast to an average of 10 +- 6.2 days, the first cell appeared from deciduous teeth pulp tissue was increased to 17 days.
Data referring to sequelae for deciduous teeth (Clinical and Radiographic) can be found in Figure 1.
Author Deciduous Teeth Permanent Teeth Absorption Resorption Absorption Resorption Anthony LP + + Tomes J + + Smale + + & Colyer Bodecker + CFW Broomell IN + Tomes CS + + Black GV + + Hopewell + + -Smith A Marshall JS + + Noyes & + + Thomas Lischer + + BE McCoy Indiscriminate use JD Merritt AH Stillman PR McCall JA Becks H + Marshall + + JA Author Bone Absorption Resorption Anthony LP + Tomes J + Smale & Colyer Bodecker CFW Broomell IN Tomes CS Black GV + Hopewell + -Smith A Marshall JS + Noyes & + Thomas Lischer + BE McCoy JD Merritt + AH Stillman + PR McCall JA Becks H + Marshall + JA
Early loss of deciduous teeth may cause the mesialization of permanent teeth, arc length loss, and ultimately malocclusions.
On the other hand, the objective of this study was to identify predictors of success rate of MSCs isolation from these deciduous teeth pulp.
The ICDAS scores D1-2 indicate the caries lesions without a cavity in permanent teeth and d1-2 in deciduous teeth, and D3-6 and d3-6 indicate caries with a cavity in permanent teeth and deciduous teeth, respectively.
SHED: stem cells from human exfoliated deciduous teeth. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2003; 100: 5807-5812, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0937635100.
When Joe's deciduous teeth erupted, they were blackened and eventually crumbling with severe dental fluorosis.
One in 5 of the future mothers was skeptical about treatment of deciduous teeth in the child to be born.
The team, composed of Italian and German researchers, analyzed two deciduous teeth from the prehistoric sites of Riparo Bombrini in Western Ligurian Alps and Grotta di Fumane in Western Lessini Mountains, in northern Italy, Xinhua reported.
[1] Oftentimes, dental traumas or extensive caries lesions affect the pulp of deciduous teeth, making the maintenance of these on the arc dependent on endodontic treatment.
Olmez et al [14] evaluated the effect of different thicknesses of MTA on coronal microleakage in deciduous teeth obturated with calcium hydroxide.