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Results of the present study are in line with studies done elsewhere, which showed that parents had misbelieves and lack of knowledge regarding tooth eruption.
Most studies looked at children ages 3 to 5 years, but the TF believes that benefits are likely to begin at the time of primary tooth eruption.
Several variables can influence the selection of the ideal donor area in cases of autogenous bone grafts, including the cleft size, the bone volume required, the need for tooth eruption through the cleft, the conditions of the donor area, and the repair capacity of the individual [8, 21-23].
The American Dental Association recommends a smear or rice-grain-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste be used to clean a child's teeth starting at first tooth eruption (usually at about 6-9 months of age).
However, even if cleft children are colonized at the same age as noncleft children, they may have a lower prevalence of caries because tooth eruption in cleft individuals is delayed, especially at the affected site.
Because age at each tooth eruption is well constrained in white-tailed deer (8), (11), (12), it is possible to link these physiological stressors to certain developmental milestones in the lifespan of these organisms.
For the past few decades researchers have relied on tooth eruption age as a direct proxy for weaning age.
A literature search showed that irritability, increased salivation, runny nose, loss of appetite, diarrhoea, rash, and sleep disturbance are associated with primary tooth eruption.
It has information on charting and diagnosis of pulpal conditions; surgical procedures for maxillofacial treatment of temporomandibular joint disorder, bone reconstruction, implant placement, and other disorders; tooth eruption and exfoliation; digital radiography; smile makeover with tooth reconstruction, gingival reductions and augmentation, implant placement, and other cosmetic procedures; and new isolation of restorative sites methods with new matrix placement and dry field illuminators.
Her medical and dental history was uneventful and there was no family history of tooth eruption failure.