permanent 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.

permanent dentition

adult teeth. See secondary dentition.

per·ma·nent den·ti·tion

(pĕr'mă-nĕnt den-tish'ŭn)
The adult dentition of 32 teeth, consisting in each quadrant of two incisors, one canine, two premolars, and three molars, in that order, from the midline.
See also: permanent tooth

per·ma·nent den·ti·tion

(pĕr'mă-nĕnt den-tish'ŭn)
Adult dentition of 32 teeth, consisting in each quadrant of two incisors, one canine, two premolars, and three molars, in that order, from the midline.

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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According to Gellin, when a supernumerary primary anterior tooth is identified, any one of the following consequences to the permanent dentition is possible: (Gellin ME, 1984)
Knowledge of the type of traumatic lesion, its location, clinical and radiographic extent, and post trauma sequelae is extremely important to determine the prognosis for the primary and permanent dentitions.
It has been reported an unusual case of a bilateral fusion of lower canines and lateral incisors followed by the same anomaly in permanent dentition.
Autistic children with primary dentition showed significantly more dental caries and autistic children with mixed and permanent dentition had significantly more gingivitis.
A greater incidence of tooth absence and partially erupted, tipped or impacted teeth in the permanent dentition in comparison to the mixed dentition can also explain the reason why the former is more likely to have a definite need of orthodontic treatment than the latter.
A study of Bolton's and Pont's analysis on permanent dentition of Nepalese.
In the permanent dentition, these frequencies varied between dental schools from 3% to 51.
Dental Panoramic radiograph showed the presence of a normally developed permanent dentition.
Foster D, Grundy C: Occlusal changes from primary to permanent dentition.
Concepcion GC, Carlos GB, Olga CL, Leonor PL: Shear Bond Strength of a self-etching adhesive in primary and permanent dentition.
The maxillary molars, especially the second molars, have the most complicated root canal system in permanent dentition.
An 11-year-old female patient, reported to Military Dental Centre Gujranwala, Pakistan, in January 2016; with complaint of failure of eruption of permanent dentition.

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