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The chewing function of deciduous teeth has a great impact on the maxillofacial development, masticatory muscle exercise and function, normal eruption and arrangement of permanent teeth, children's pronunciation, mental health and growth and development, and also is of great significance to the treatment and preservation of deciduous dental caries.
Despite the advances made in protection from tooth decay, the widespread natural dentition protection awareness, and the increasing number of patients seeking help from pedodontic clinics, the early loss of the deciduous teeth is still a common problem (1).
Both mutations demonstrated extremely similar craniofacial and dental phenotypes, including retained deciduous teeth, eruption failure of permanent dentition with abnormal roots, and multiple supernumerary teeth.
Some researchers have reported that dental caries of children with asthma using inhaler therapy are more common in permanent teeth than in deciduous teeth, and these caries are more often observed in the first permanent molars.
If the deciduous teeth begin to wear, placement of artificial crowns is recommended before excessive loss of tooth structure occurs.
The filling materials most commonly employed for pulp therapy in deciduous teeth are zinc oxide paste (OZE), iodoform-based paste (IBP) and calcium hydroxide (HCa), among others.
The effectiveness of different thickness of mineral trioxide aggregate on coronal leakage in endodontically treated deciduous teeth.
SHED: stem cells from human exfoliated deciduous teeth.
These include arch length discrepancy, ectopic positioning of the teeth, presence of supernumerary teeth, mucosal or bony barriers, and retained deciduous teeth [1,2].
Bacbground: Stem cells from Human Exfoliated Deciduous teeth (SHED) have the capability to differentiate into neural cells.
Examination of the oral cavity showed that she was missing all the deciduous teeth on the right side, despite the presence of the deciduous teeth on the left side.
Isolation and Culture of Postnatal Stem Cells from Deciduous Teeth