delayed eruption


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de·layed e·rup·tion

a dental eruption pattern that is chronologically late in comparison with the average pattern of dental eruption; eruption of the first tooth occurs at a later age than the average, and the intervals of time between subsequent dental eruptions are longer than the average.
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delayed eruption

The most common variation in the tooth eruption pattern. It may be due to crowding or to various genetic, endocrine, or physiological factors.
See also: eruption
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de·lay·ed e·rup·tion

(dĕ-lād ē-rŭpshŭn)
Dental eruption pattern chronologically later than normal; first tooth erupts at a later age than average, and intervals between subsequent dental eruptions are longer than average.
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Management of the delayed eruption of a tooth due to a supernumerary can be approached by any one of the following three methods: (9)
(10) However, this delay could either result in delayed eruption or malalignment of the erupted incisors.
His mother reported that the child had a delayed eruption of the primary teeth, with the mandibular incisors not erupting until at about 14 months of age.
Amongst hormonal disturbances, both hypothyroidism and hypopituitarism are characterized by delayed eruption rate of permanent teeth along with retainment of primary teeth beyond normal shedding time.
TABLE 3: GESTATION AGE (WEEKS) AND NOR- MAL OR DELAYED ERUPTION
TABLE 4: ORAL INTUBATION AND NORMAL OR DELAYED ERUPTION
AI may be associated with some other dental and skeletal developmental defects or abnormalities, such as crown and root resorption, attrition, taurodontism, delayed eruption and tooth impaction, dens in dente, pulp stones, anterior open bite and agenesis of teeth.
All Down Syndrome patients had one or more form of dentofacial abnormality; 94.3% had flat nasal bridge, 90.6% showed hypertelorism, 75.5% had high arched palate, 69.8% showed fissured tongue, 62.3% had macroglossia, 18.9% showed delayed eruption and 45.3% showed malocclusion.
Delayed eruption of permanent teeth was present in 18.9% in this study which was not consistant with another study.11 Delayed eruption of permanent teeth was seen in 14.8%.