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15 Possible Causes for Bone Fragility, Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth, Malocclusion

  • Cleidocranial Dysplasia

    Two cases of either sexes with complete absence of both clavicles, malocclusion and obvious facial asymmetry are being reported.[] […] mineral density Increased bone density 0011001 Increased susceptibility to fractures Abnormal susceptibility to fractures Bone fragility Frequent broken bones Increased bone[] […] shedding of primary teeth and also eruption of secondary teeth.[]

  • Micrognathism

    Malocclusions caused due to caries 54.[] Fragile skin, loose joints and cigarette-paper scars were present.[] […] treatment indices, which categorize malocclusions in terms of severity, it can be said that nearly 30% of the population present with malocclusions severe enough to benefit[]

  • Dentinogenesis Imperfecta Type 1

    In Class III malocclusion cases Orthognathic surgery can be advised which should be considered keeping in mind medical abnormalities associated.[] The bone fragility may lead to joint hyperlaxity, muscle weakness, chronic unremitting bone pain, and skull deformities (eg, posterior flattening).[] ; Delayed tooth eruption, primary and secondary RESPIRATORY: Respiratory distress CHEST: [External features]; Narrow thorax; [Ribs, sternum, clavicles, and scapulae]; Pectus[]

  • Hereditary Gingival Fibromatosis

    According to reports published in the literature, patients with HGF have a tendency towards malocclusion.[] There is periodontal breakdown which includes alveolar bone resorption, with the loosening and loss of teeth 132.[] primary teeth eruption, failure of secondary teeth eruption, corneal dystrophy, aggressive behaviour [ 192 – 194 ].[]

  • X-Linked Mandibulofacial Dysostosis

    […] from conception to age three covers conditions such as cleft palate, disturbances in calcification, unusual numbers of teeth, oral habits, caries, and the development of malocclusions[] Brittle bonesfragile molecules: disorders of collagen gene structure and expression. Trends Genet 1990; 6 : 293–300. 122. van Dijk FS, Nesbitt IM, Zwikstra EH, et al.[] […] or completefailure of eruption of permanent teethHistology:Unerupted permanent teeth lack secondary cementumTreatment:No treatment; full-mouth extractions with denture construction[]

  • Non-Eruption of Teeth-Maxillary Hypoplasia-Genu Valgum Syndrome

    […] manifestations such as delayed dental development, midfacial hypoplasia and constricted maxilla with a relatively large mandible, resulting in skeletal/dental Class III malocclusion[] […] scars, joint hyper mobility, chronic joint pain, premature degenerative joint disease Bone fragility, arthrogryposis, wormian bones, congenital joint contractures Familial[] : delayed eruption of primary teeth alveolar process hypoplasia multiple non-erupting secondary teeth pseudoanodontia Skeletal Limbs: genu valga Clinical features from OMIM[]

  • Familial Short Stature

    […] iris, periorbital oedema, flattening of nasal pyramid, short nose with anteverted nostrils, long philtrum, macrostomy, thick lips, microdontia, multiple diastema, dental malocclusion[] Osteoporosis is characterized by low bone mineral density and deteriorated bone microstructure, expressed as increased bone fragility and proneness to fractures.[] The eruption of primary and secondary teeth may be delayed for up to 1.3 years in children with growth hormone deficiency, 16 up to 1.5 years in children with constitutional[]

  • SHORT Syndrome

    Delayed dentition, hypodontia, enamel hypoplasia, malocclusion and multiple dental caries are frequently reported. Ophthalmic anomalies (e.g.[] […] pain and osteoporosis (thinning and fragile bones) Trouble eating certain foods Getting a Diagnosis If you’re having any symptoms and you’ve had a lot of your small intestine[] The eruption of primary and secondary teeth may be delayed for up to 1.3 years in children with growth hormone deficiency, up to 1.5 years in children with CDGP and more than[]

  • Progeria

    The oral and craniofacial abnormalities caused dental caries, severe malocclusion, and swallowing, feeding and speech problems.[] Because progeria ages the body at eight times the normal rate, Hayley's skin is thin and papery; her bones fragile and her organs threatened by diseases typically associated[] Dental abnormalities may also be present, such as delayed eruption of the primary (deciduous) and secondary (permanent) teeth; irregularly formed, small, discolored, and/or[]

  • Crane-Heise Syndrome

    Dental surgery should be considered for unerupted teeth and orthodontics for malocclusion. Speech therapy may be required.[] Fragility Hypertrichosis, Hyperkeratosis, Mental Retardation, and Distinctive Facial Features Hypogonadism with Low-Grade Mental Deficiency and Microcephaly hypogonadotropic[] […] deafness, psychological trauma due to unpleasant smile, narrow high arched palate, delayed eruption of permanent teeth, multiple over retained primary teeth, dental crowding, malocclusion[]

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