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primary teeth

The deciduous teeth, colloquially known as “baby teeth.”

primary teeth

The first set of teeth to appear, usually beginning to erupt around the age of 6 months. There are 20 primary teeth consisting of 8 incisors, 4 canines and 8 molars. Also known as deciduous or milk teeth. Compare PERMANENT TEETH.
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* Both the agents are suitable for pulpotomy in primary teeth as they demonstrated parallel clinical and radiographic success rates.
All treatments were performed with smear layer removal in association with the chemomechanical preparation, as this has been shown to improve the pulpectomy outcome in primary teeth (3,7).
Traumatized primary teeth in children assisted at the Federal University of Santa
In the present study, ultrasonic and sonic support groups (groups 2 and 3) showed similar acceptable scores to the Metapex[R] syringe alone for the length and the quality of primary teeth root canal fillings.
Laser-assisted pulpotomy in primary teeth: a systematic review.
Preferred materials for indirect pulp capping (IPCs) GD PD n % n % For IPCs in anterior primary teeth, what is your preferred material?
Teixeira Marques, "Clinical and radiographic outcomes of the use of Low-Level Laser Therapy in vital pulp of primary teeth," International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry, vol.
Hurmuzlu, "Effect of acid etching and different Er:YAG laser procedures on microleakage of three different fissure sealants in primary teeth after aging," Dental Materials Journal, vol.
Primary teeth typically begin growing at around six months of age.
The USPSTF guidelines, published in early May 2014, recommend that primary care providers prescribe oral fluoride supplementation starting at 6 months for children whose water supply is lacking in fluoride and that they apply fluoride varnish to the primary teeth of all children starting at primary tooth eruption.
Pulpotomy therapy in primary teeth: new modalities for old rationales.
When asked whether primary teeth needs to be replanted, about 45.7% of the study participants felt that a primary tooth need not be replanted.