dentia

dentia

 [den´she-ah]
a condition relating to development or eruption of the teeth.
dentia prae´cox premature eruption of the teeth; presence of teeth in the mouth at birth.
dentia tar´da delayed eruption of the teeth, beyond the usual time for their appearance.

den·ti·a

(den'shē-ă),
The process of tooth development or eruption. Also serves to denote a relationship to the teeth.
[dent- + suffix -ia, condition, process]

dentia

/den·tia/ (den´shah) a condition relating to development or eruption of the teeth.
dentia prae´cox  premature eruption of the teeth; presence of teeth in the mouth at birth.
dentia tar´da  delayed eruption of the teeth, beyond the usual time for their appearance.

den·ti·a

(den'shē-ă)
The process of tooth development or eruption.

dentia

a condition relating to development or eruption of the teeth.

dentia precox
premature eruption of the teeth.
dentia tarda
delayed eruption of the teeth, beyond the usual time for their appearance.
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