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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The calcium hydroxide-iodoform paste has several advantages such as being easy to apply, having no toxic effect on the permanent teeth, being able to resorb with roots and being a radio opaque material (42).
International association of dental traumatology guidelines for the management of traumatic dental injuries: Avulsion of permanent teeth.
Additionally, the number of treated permanent teeth was significantly higher in medically/mentally compromised patients than in healthy patients.
In anterior permanent teeth, the most popular choice for pulpotomy was CHP (GD: 57%; PD: 54%), followed by CHC (GD: 21%; PD: 18%) and MTA (GD: 14%; PD: 18%).
AIMS & OBJECTIVES: To prove/disprove ages of eruption of permanent teeth used in routine practice in correlation with local population.
Intra-alveolar root fracture is a rare injury in permanent teeth (0.
Permanent teeth that avulse should be immediately put back in place; these teeth need to be handled by the crown portion only and not the root, which contains fibroblasts necessary for reimplantation.
19)-(22) This finding is supported by the results of the systematic review which showed that glassionomer had a higher caries-preventive effect than amalgam restorations in permanent teeth, with no difference in primary teeth.
Permanent teeth displaced by the DCs in three cases erupted in proper position spontaneously within a one-year period.
According to recent studies, approximately 69% of adults from the ages of 35 to 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth to periodontal disease, tooth decay, an unsuccessful root canal or an accident, and 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth by age 74.
Results: The sample consisted of 66 traumatized children who had a total of 93 avulsed anterior permanent teeth.
The proportion of children with permanent teeth affected by decay ranged from 5% for 6 year olds to 58% for 14 year olds.

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