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Pulpal and periodontal reactions of immature permanent teeth in the dog to intrusive trauma.
Pulpal and periodontal tissues of immature incisors of 10 dogs were radiographically and histopathologically evaluated immediately, 7, 15, 30 and 60 days after experimental intrusion induced by mechanical blows. Forty upper ...
Natal maxillary primary molars: Case report
An unusual case of a newborn with two immature natal maxillary molars is presented. Clinical and histological examination showed that the teeth were rootless and incompletely mineralized. The patient was followed up during ...
Natal and neonatal teeth: Review of the literature
Child development from conception through the first years of life is marked by many changes. Tooth eruption follows a chronology corresponding to the date when the tooth erupts into the oral cavity. These dates have been ...
Developmental Disturbance of an Unerupted permanent incisor due to trauma to its predecessor
Developmental disturbances of permanent teeth can result from trauma to primary teeth because of the proximity of the root of the primary teeth to their permanent successors. We describe the case of a 14-month-old boy who ...
Tooth Tissue Engineering: Optimal Dental Stem Cell Harvest Based on Tooth Development
Our long-term objective is to devise reliable methods to generate biological replacement teeth exhibiting the physical properties and functions of naturally formed human teeth. Previously, we demonstrated the successful ...
An unusual case of severe primary molar infraocclusion
Dentoalveolar ankylosis is described as the direct union between root cementum/dentin and alveolar bone. Its etiology is unknown, and conflicting opinions have been presented to explain it. Late detection of ankylosed ...