deciduous tooth

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deciduous tooth

decid′uous tooth`


n.
one of the temporary teeth of a mammal, in humans amounting to 20, that are replaced by the permanent teeth. Also called baby tooth, milk tooth.
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Noun1.deciduous tooth - one of the first temporary teeth of a young mammal (one of 20 in children)deciduous tooth - one of the first temporary teeth of a young mammal (one of 20 in children)
child's body - the body of a human child
tooth - hard bonelike structures in the jaws of vertebrates; used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense
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The children with hypodontia in the deciduous dentition predominantly show hypodontia of the its permanent successor teeth6.
The increased prevalence of dental traumatic injuries in the anterior teeth compared to that in the posterior teeth or that of the permanent dentition rather than the deciduous dentition is also related to the source of the said injuries.3
In situations of trauma involving the deciduous dentition, the dental surgeon must be attentive to the child's anxiety, controlling pain and, whenever possible, performing the necessary techniques to preserve the affected tooth (Kramer, Onetto, Flores, Borges, & Feldens, 2016), thus avoiding functional and aesthetic disorders related to the infant patient.
Despite this, considering the adverse effect of this condition on the quality of life of preschoolers and their families (15), as well as a possible presence of these conditions in the deciduous dentition will result in a greater need for orthodontic treatment in the permanent dentition (22), the prevalence rate found is of concern.
Saadia & Torres (2000) think that the maxillary deficiency cause of the skeletal class III malocclusion deformity through protraction treatment, in 3 children between the ages of 12 bones have changed, the deciduous dentition and early treatment time is relatively short and profile aesthetic changes more significantly.
What name is given to the deciduous dentition of young children?
Viazis, "Anterior crossbite correction in the early deciduous dentition," American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, vol.
Its occurrence involving deciduous dentition in maxilla was found to be more associated with multiple teeth [10-12].
* D/d: Decayed tooth/teeth in permanent and deciduous dentition.
Early class III management in deciduous dentition using reverse twin block.
This method is useful as first aid for treatment of mandibular fractures and also indicated as definitive treatment for stable and minimally displaced fractures, especially in patients with deciduous dentition. The use of tape muzzle can be considered as means of additional support when internal fixation did not achieve optimal stabilization (Verstraete, 2003).