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(4,26,27) (Figure 3 a) Now, poor crown-to-root ratio can result from improper dental treatment as well as from traumatic or pathologic changes that either increase the length of the clinical crown or decrease the length of the clinical root. However, the most common cause of poor (Increased) crown-to-root ratio is periodontitis.
Working half-time both in the department of medicine and in information and networking services has provided an opportunity to identify the clinical roots of the challenges to introducing new information systems in our environment.

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