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1,178 Possible Causes for Cementum, mandibular, molar, of, second, tooth

  • Bicarbonate

    In addition, we discuss the association of miRNA regulation with bicarbonate transport in tooth enamel formation.[] METHODS: One hundred patients diagnosed with symptomatic irreversible pulpitis of a mandibular first molar were selected.[] The primary underlying cause of DH is open dentinal tubules from loss of either cementum or enamel.[] Before and after treatment, athletes completed an exercise protocol that comprised, in sequence, the first Wingate, dummy throw, and second Wingate tests.[] It can be limited by curtailing plaque build-up through actions including tooth brushing and the use of medicinal mouthwashes, such as those containing chlorhexidine digluconate[] The second received 968 mmol of bicarbonate over 5.25 h with a rise in pH from 7.00 to 7.27 and in HCO3 from 5.3 to 14 mmol/l.[]

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  • Odontoma

    At the one-year follow-up, the tooth was brought into the maxillary arch.[] Abstract Transmigration or intraosseous migration of mandibular canine is a very rare phenomenon. Specific aetiology and mechanism of transmigration is still unclear.[] In contrast, complex odontomas are poorly differentiated structures that contain cementum, dentin, and enamel. These tend to develop in the posterior maxilla.[] We report an erupted odontoma which delayed eruption of the first molar.[] Abstract This report describes the orthodontic treatment of a 14-year-old boy who had 3 impacted maxillary teeth (right canine, left central incisor, and left second molar[] The remaining lesion and the second molar were then completely removed.[]

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  • Supernumerary Teeth

    The treatment of a supernumerary tooth is removal. Then, it is determined if orthodontic treatment is needed to help the impacted tooth to erupt.[] CONCLUSION: Four supernumerary teeth in the maxillary and mandibular canine-premolar region is a rare finding.[] Abstract This report describes the orthodontic treatment of a 14-year-old boy who had 3 impacted maxillary teeth (right canine, left central incisor, and left second molar[] […] appears to be more immature form than DPSCs. [1] Periodontal ligament stem cells PDL unites tooth roots to the adjoining alveolar bone and maintains homeostasis of PDL and cementum[] The pulp and periodontal tissue of the right maxillary second molar was determined to be normal.[] In this article we report a rare case of bilateral fusion of permanent mandibular second molars with supernumerary teeth.[]

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  • Second Degree Atrioventricular Block

    KEYWORDS: General anesthesia; Tooth extraction; Type I second-degree atrioventricular block[] The people with Mobitz I second degree atrioventricular block can be divided into two categories.[] Aircrew with type I second degree A-V block and narrow QRS complexes should undergo extensive evaluation but may be fit for multi-crew operations.[] Abstract In this review, we discuss the various forms and causes of second-degree atrioventricular (AV) block and the reasons they remain poorly understood.[] We report a rare case of type I second-degree atrioventricular block (Wenckebach phenomenon) occurring after bilateral extraction of impacted mandibular third molars under[] The main diagnostic tool for second degree atrioventricular block is the electrocardiogram.[]

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  • Coffin-Lowry Syndrome

    CONCLUSION: Hypoplastic root cementum may explain early tooth loss in CLS.[] […] of specific dental findings were found in all of the brothers, namely, maxillary protrusion, open bite, two-year retardation in age of eruption, agenesis of the permanent mandibular[] Our results indicate that cell autonomous cementum defects are causing early tooth loss in CLS patients.[] All eight primary incisors had exfoliated by the age of 3 years, and three canines and one primary first molar were subsequently lost when he was 4 years old.[] The second mutation, an A-- G transition 11 nt upstream of exon 5, creates a new AG near the natural 3' splice site.[] […] ridges with bushy brows, downwardly slanted palpebral fissures, hypertelorism, blepharoptosis, large and prominent ears, large nose with broad base and elongated philtrum, mandibular[]

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  • Enamel Hypoplasia

    Abstract The defects of enamel hypoplasia can be related to the layered structure of enamel which represents the sequence of development in tooth crowns.[] The prevalence of LEH ranged from 31% on the I2 to 66% on the mandibular C and the mean number of defects ranged from .59 on the I2 to 1.08 on the mandibular C.[] Cementum, another mineralized tissue, covers the dentin to form the inside of this root.[] Among primary second molars, 3.9% of children and 1.7% of primary second molars had enamel hypoplasia.[] What is Tooth Enamel? Tooth enamel is pretty remarkable as it is the hardest substance in the human body.[] The mean LEH count in male mandibular canines was far higher than in male maxillary canines or in female mandibular or maxillary canines.[]

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  • Amelogenesis Imperfecta

    […] structure, not elsewhere classified K00.6 Disturbances in tooth eruption K00.7 Teething syndrome K00.8 Other disorders of tooth development K00.9 Disorder of tooth development[] Initially, the posterior crossbite, mandibular shift, and facial asymmetry were treated orthodontically.[] Radicular resorption areas presented a typical rectangular form and were filled with acellular cementum. Cementum thickness was highly increased on the root surface.[] MATERIALS AND METHODS: Sixteen extracted HPAI-affected molars were used for the bond strength tests and 2 molars were examined under SEM for etching patterns.[] Ameloblastin (AMBN) is the second most abundant enamel matrix protein expressed during amelogenesis.[] OBJECTIVE: To explore the mineral features of dentin and cementum in hypoplastic Amelogenesis imperfecta AI teeth.[]

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  • Fibroma

    KEYWORDS: Cervical coronal tooth resorption; odontogenic tumours; peripheral odontogenic fibroma[] Abstract We report on a case in which trifocal distraction osteogenesis was applied in a patient with a mandibular defect caused by resection of an ossifying fibroma.[] These lesions are included in the spectrum of fibro-osseous lesions arising from periodontal ligament cells, which can deposit combination of cementum and bone surrounded[] […] and lingual cortical plates along with vestibular obliteration in the premolar and molar region.[] […] ossifying fibroma (JOF) is a rare fibro-osseous neoplasm that develops among the craniofacial bones at an early age; and in majority of patients, it is diagnosed in the first or second[] Three were treated by wide mandibular resection and immediate reconstruction with rib grafts, and one was treated with chemotherapy.[]

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  • Melkersson-Rosenthal Syndrome

    […] syndrome Vertical root fracture Occlusal Tooth loss Edentulism Tooth wear Abrasion Abfraction Acid erosion Attrition Periodontium ( gingiva , periodontal ligament , cementum[] Her orofacial swelling disappeared after treatment of the saprodontia of the left first molar.[] Author information 1 Department of Dermatology, Second Hospital, Xi'an Jiao Tong University, Xi'an Xi, China.[] A second biopsy specimen from the tongue revealed lymphonodular-plasmocytic granuloma-like infiltrates, which, in connection with the labial swelling, led to the diagnosis[] This syndrome is very rare in childhood, instead, it is more frequent in young adults between the second and third decades of life.[] , alveolus ) - Gums and tooth-supporting structures Cementicle Cementoblastoma Gigantiform Cementoma Eruption cyst Epulis Pyogenic granuloma Congenital epulis Gingival enlargement[]

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  • Periodontitis

    The tooth was reevaluated at 6 weeks, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year and 18 months. The tooth has remained symptom free.[] In particular, we verified that the bone load applied by titanium implant was able to induce the mandibular osteogenic reconstruction.[] Areas of cementum and dentin resorption in the apical third were repaired by a combination of cellular and acellular cementum to which periodontal ligament fibers were attached[] INTRODUCTION: An immature mandibular right first molar (#30) with apical periodontitis of a 9-year-old boy was treated with a revascularization/revitalization procedure using[] Thirty cases presented more severe bone loss on first than second molars, with relatively fast progression to second molars, altered pattern of root resorption, mostly external[] X-ray of the second upper molar showed chronic apical periodontitis. After its treatment, arthritis remission has been observed in the absence of specific RA therapy.[]

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