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4,318 Possible Causes for Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth, Frequent Illnesses, Malocclusion

  • Cleidocranial Dysplasia

    Two cases of either sexes with complete absence of both clavicles, malocclusion and obvious facial asymmetry are being reported.[] […] shedding of primary teeth and also eruption of secondary teeth.[] Maxilla is also underdeveloped along with ill formed paranasal sinuses.[]

  • SHORT Syndrome

    Delayed dentition, hypodontia, enamel hypoplasia, malocclusion and multiple dental caries are frequently reported. Ophthalmic anomalies (e.g.[] 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[] Other features characteristic of the syndrome included intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR), slow weight gain, frequent illness, triangular face, anteverted ears, telecanthus[]

  • Tonsillitis

    Some orthodontists believe that chronic mouth breathing from large tonsils and adenoids causes improper alignment of the teeth (malocclusion).[] , which causes a considerable disease burden through frequent episodes of sore throat, fever, general illness, sleepless nights, impaired daily functioning and absence from[] This may sometimes cause the teeth to become badly aligned (malocclusion).[]

    Missing: Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    However, it is possible that the symptoms of this disorder are associated with other types of malocclusion or even with nearly normal occlusion.[] In fact, ill-fitting dentures frequently cause jaw pain and TMD.[] The hallmarks on physical examination are reduced or dysfunctional mandibular range of motion, malocclusion, and joint or preauricular tenderness.[]

    Missing: Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth
  • Cleft Palate

    This case report describes the successful camouflage treatment to correct a moderate skeletal Class III malocclusion in a 19-year-old male cleft-palate patient.[] This is frequently referred to as the “Rule of 10s” (10 weeks old, weight of 10 pounds and 10 grams of hemoglobin).[] […] known history of cleft palate who developed velopharyngeal insufficiency after a Le Fort I osteotomy performed for the correction of maxillary hypoplasia and a Class III malocclusion[]

    Missing: Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth
  • Cerebral Palsy

    We looked for a possible association between overall functional impairment and malocclusion in this population.[] The frequently reported causes of mobility decline were changes in environment, and illness and injury in GMFCS level III, stiffness and deformity in level IV, and reduced[] This article reports the treatment of a 12-year-old girl with ataxic cerebral palsy; she had a dental and skeletal Class II malocclusion, maxillary transverse deficiency,[]

    Missing: Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth
  • Thalassemia

    CASE DESCRIPTION: A 16-year-old female patient with β-thalasse-mia major was referred with the complaints of severe facial deformity and malocclusion, resulting in psychosocial[] Transfusions: People with thalassemia intermedia may require transfusions, but generally not as frequently as people with thalassemia major until adulthood.[] […] hypopneumatisation of the frontal, maxillary, and sphenoid sinuses, filled with marrow containing bone 6 the ethmoid sinuses are spared due to lack of red bone marrow 6 dental malocclusion[]

    Missing: Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth
  • Autosomal Dominant Prognathism

    Malocclusions associated with 2. What is a syndrome?[] Frequent ventilation and enteric feeding may be helpful for selected individuals.[] Chronic respiratory illness, pulmonary hypertension, and hypertriglyceridemia are frequent. Slowly progressive nephropathy can lead to end stage renal failure.[]

    Missing: Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth
  • Down Syndrome

    Dental malocclusion and macroglossia are associated. Technical modifications to increase macroglossia surgery safety and efficacy have been described.[] Behavioural changes with loss of skills, withdrawal, psychomotoric retardation and mutism occur frequently from the age of 30 and may be symptoms of mental illness or the[] Other common oral manifestations of Down syndrome include enlarged hypotonic tongue, crusted and hypotonic lips, mouth breathing, narrow palate with crowded teeth, class III malocclusion[]

    Missing: Delayed Eruption of Primary and Secondary Teeth
  • Hereditary Gingival Fibromatosis

    According to reports published in the literature, patients with HGF have a tendency towards malocclusion.[] primary teeth eruption, failure of secondary teeth eruption, corneal dystrophy, aggressive behaviour [ 192 – 194 ].[] It should be remembered that even correctly performed gingivectomy may not prevent from recurrent illnesses.[]

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