exodontia


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ex·o·don·ti·a

(ek-sō-don'shē-ă),
The branch of dental practice concerned with the extraction of teeth.
[exo- + G. odous, tooth]

exodontia

(ĕk′sə-dŏn′shə, -shē-ə)
n.
Exodontics.

ex·o·don·ti·a

(ek'sō-don'shē-ă)
The branch of dental practice concerned with the extraction of teeth.
[exo- + G. odous, tooth]

exodontia

removal of teeth.
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Seventy-one percent of patients with exodontia had operations of less than three hours length and none had operations of more than five hours.
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A generic consensus assessment of undergraduate competence in forceps exodontia in the United Kingdom.
Dessa maneira, as opcoes de tratamento em alternativa a exodontia, quando existem, sao onerosas, o que acaba culminando com a perda dental.
DISCUSSION: Oroantral communication and fistula are the complication of exodontia.
Alem disso, a opcao de retirar os edentulos das analises se deve ao fato de que a exodontia desses dentes provavelmente nao se deu em funcao da carie radicular.
Atencao Basica: considera sete variaveis, a (i) proporcao de cura de casos novos de Tuberculose Pulmonar Bacilifera (TBC), (ii) proporcao de cura de casos novos de Hanseniase, (iii) taxa de incidencia de sifilis congenita, (iv) proporcao de internacoes sensiveis a atencao basica (ISAB), (v) media anual de acao coletiva de escovacao dental supervisionada, (vi) proporcao de exodontia em relacao aos procedimentos, e (vii) cobertura com a vacina tetravalente em menores de 1 ano;
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The procedures included simple exodontia of teeth 75 and 85, as well as surgical exodontia of the supernumerary buds and tooth 45 (figure 3) because their permanence in the oral cavity was considered unviable due to their location and size and to the risk of affecting adjacent permanent teeth with other pathologies, such as resorpions and cysts.