mixed dentition


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dentition

 [den-tish´un]
the teeth in the dental arch, usually referring to the natural teeth in position in the alveoli.
deciduous dentition primary teeth; see tooth.
mixed dentition the complement of teeth in the jaws after eruption of some of the permanent teeth, but before all the deciduous teeth are shed.
permanent dentition permanent teeth; see tooth.
primary dentition primary teeth; see tooth.

mixed dentition

dentition containing both primary and adult secondary teeth. It usually occurs between 6 and 13 years of age. Also called transitional dentition.
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Mixed dentition

mix·ed den·ti·tion

(mikst den-tishŭn)
Combination of primary and permanent teeth, usually present between ages 6 and 12 years when primary teeth are being replaced; starts with the eruption of the first permanent tooth.
Synonym(s): transitional dentition.

mixed dentition,

n See dentition, mixed.

dentition

the teeth in the dental arch; ordinarily used to designate the natural teeth in position in the alveoli.

deciduous dentition
the complement of teeth that erupt first and are later succeeded by the permanent teeth.
mixed dentition
the complement of teeth in the jaws after eruption of some of the permanent teeth, but before all the deciduous teeth are shed.
permanent dentition
the complement of teeth that normally erupt after the deciduous teeth and that are never shed except in old age.
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Priya & Munshi (1994) formulated a prediction chart for mixed dentition analysis, Aggarwal & Chopra (1981) formulated their own prediction tables and graphs for a section of the North Indian population.
1 Measuring arch length discrepancy in children and adolescent who are in the mixed dentition stage is challenging.
Table 3 shows the data for each of the seven oral conditions in boys and girls with mixed dentition.
I am so glad I got to go on this rotation because I realize how bad I was at charting mixed dentition.
Discussion: This ethnic group had higher oval arch shape prevalence, followed by squared arch shape There were differences for all arch depth measurements, mainly in anterior sector due to the susceptibility to environmental factors in mixed dentition period.
In children younger than age 12 with mixed dentition, the enamel defect rate was 90% among those with celiac disease and 44% among the others.
The conclusions are that nothing is stable, but preserving the E space with a lingual arch is best in mixed dentition treatment.
It is a correlation which exists as early as the early mixed dentition through to the late mixed dentition.
However, this inclination may be less than the body movement of the posterior teeth when the RME is performed for patients in early mixed dentition and permanent (Spillane & McNamara, 1995; Garib, Henriques, Janson, Freitas, & Coelho, 2005).
The patient had a Class I mixed dentition occlusion.
ASSESSMENT OF MOYERS AND TANAKA-JOHNSTON MIXED DENTITION ANALYSES FOR THE PREDICTION OF MESIODISTAL DIAMETERS OF UNERUPTED CANINES AND PREMOLARS