unerupted

un·e·rup·ted

(ŭn'ĕ-rŭp'tĕd)
Description of teeth that have not yet penetrated into the oral cavity.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

un·e·rup·ted

(un'ĕ-rŭp'tĕd)
Condition of teeth that have not yet penetrated into oral cavity.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Compound odontoma is usually over the crowns of unerupted teeth or between the roots of erupted teeth in the anterior maxilla and is twice as common as the latter.
Freuency of unerupted mandibular third molar in mandibular angle fracture.
Clinical sequelae A Unerupted Teeth 91 Absence of clinicei signs 7,8 Enamel Hypoplasia 1,2 Clinical sequelae B Unerupted teeth 79,4 Absence of clinical signs 18,3 Enamel Hypoplasia 2,3 Radiographic sequelae A Unerupted tooth with no alterations 87,5 Erupted tooth with no radiographic alterations 9,8 Prolonged Retention 2 Abnormal position of the germ 0,8 Radiographic sequelae B Unerupted tooth with no alterations 77,4 Erupted tooth with no radiographic alterations 20,6 Prolonged Retention 1,5 Note: Table made from bar graph.
One of the most reliable methods of estimating the width of unerupted teeth is the developing of regression equation utilizing other teeth.
X-ray shows single or multiple radio-opaque shadows which can be mistaken for foreign body, calcified lymph node, unerupted tooth, calcified stylohyoid ligament or prominent tuber of maxilla or elongated styloid process.
Another considerable situation was that the roots of the right first unerupted molar were developed in comparison with the opposite side and had unusual radiolucency with them.
Fatigue on rest and associated symptoms (Headache, Vertigo, Blurred Vision, Nausea, Tension and Irritability) due to locally asymptomatic unerupted, impacted teeth.
KARACHI -- Emergency will be imposed in all hospitals of provincial health departments during upcoming election day while mobile towers will be moved to remote areas of the province to ensure unerupted availability of mobile network during the polling day.
A 15-year-old male patient reported to the Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Kamineni Institute of Dental Sciences, with the chief complaint of unerupted permanent tooth in upper front tooth region.
Dentigerous cysts are odontogenic cysts that are associated with the crowns of unerupted teeth.These cysts are termed dentigerous, which means "containing tooth," and this is the character description of the cyst.
A dentigerous cyst is a development cyst that surrounds and envelops the crown of an unerupted tooth, attached at the crown-root (cemento-enamel or cervical) junction.