tooth transplantation

tooth trans·plan·ta·tion

the transfer of a tooth from one alveolus to another.

tooth trans·plan·ta·tion

(tūth trans'plan-tā'shŭn)
Transfer of a tooth from one alveolus to another.
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Successful tooth transplantation can improve mastication, speech, esthetics, dentofacial growth, and arch form [7].
Lee, "Evaluation of the prognosis and causes of failure in 182 cases of autogenous tooth transplantation," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology, vol.
Murakami et al., "Similar in vitro effects and pulp regeneration in ectopic tooth transplantation by basic fibroblast growth factor and granulocytecolony stimulating factor," Oral Diseases, vol.
Despite the long history of tooth transplantation and autotransplantation it was not included in the traditional treatment options of the lost maxillary inci- sors.2 However autotransplantation has been mentioned and recommended by many authors in literature as a successful and valid treatment modality for replacing missing teeth because of its many advantages which are; 1.
There are a lot of dental procedures be-ing utilized by consumers whether for aesthetic purposes or medical, and tooth transplantation is the most common one.
OUTCOME OF TOOTH TRANSPLANTATION: SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS RATES 17-41 YEARS POST TREATMENT.
AUTOGENOUS TOOTH TRANSPLANTATION: AN ALTERNATIVE TO DENTAL IMPLANT PLACEMENT?
Alveolar bone changes in autogenous tooth transplantation. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod.2011 Mar; 111(3): e1-7.
Zachrisson, "Outcome of tooth transplantation: survival and success rates 17-41 years posttreatment," American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, vol.
The alternative method to reestablish normal alveolar process is by tooth transplantation which can inherent a potential for bone induction as indicated by B.U.