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odontology

[‚ō‚dän′täl·ə·jē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A branch of science that deals with the formation, development, and abnormalities of teeth.
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The scientific subspace however, had to adapt to the standards in odontological journals, and/or take on a subordinate position in GH journals.
Chlorexidine digluconate is considered the "golden standard" in odontology and it has been widely used in studies analysing odontological materials and thus has been chosen for this study.
A worldwide database, with open access to dental information, including dental implant and cement information is therefore a necessity for better odontological identification.
The control group (CG) was composed of patients undergoing odontological treatment at our teaching clinic in the Disciplina de Clinica Integrada da Faculdade de Odontologia, da Universidade Paulista de Sao Paulo.
Regarding the manifestations of odontological interest it is important to mention that these patients show an arcate, narrow and deep palato.
estimation of chronological age, may be required [1] The main criteria for forensic age determination in the relevant age group based on odontological examination are tooth eruption and tooth mineralization, both developmental biological features.
(1995) of non-metric, odontological characteristics of the teeth (belonging to the so-called epigenetic variants, or 'discreta'), it appears that Talheim was a homogeneous and isolated population.
(39) In Kazakhstan, the disciples of Ismagulov, who still heads the Laboratory for Ethnic Anthropology of the academy's Institute of History and Ethnology, continue to assert that "the Kazakhs' genetic stock is biologically indivisible and unified, and a division into clans, tribes, or hordes is not justified." (40) The Museum of National History in Almaty maintains a physical anthropology department that displays tableaus on Kazakh ethnogenesis based on the somatic, dermatological, serological, odontological, and craniological criteria worked out by Ismagulov.
The purpose of this comunication is to share the experience with a case of osteoma cutis in a 46 years old woman who requested odontological treatment at the dental clinic of the Universidad del Valle.