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Premature Tooth Eruption


Presentation

  • Discussion The present study is a comparative prospective longitudinal study of first tooth eruption in Jordanian preterm infants. The present study focuses on the chronological and corrected age of first tooth eruption of premature infants.[rmsjournal.org]
  • These factors and conditions will be examined and material provided on clinical presentation and treatment options.[uncch.pure.elsevier.com]
  • The presentation of dental findings may aid in the diagnosis but the spectrum of clinical features make it likely the diagnosis would be made prior to the presentation to the dental professional.[pocketdentistry.com]
  • If still present at 4 months of age, the tooth has a good prognosis . References: Buchanan S, Jenkins CR, Riga-Fedes syndrome: Natal or neonatal teeth associated with tongue ulceration. Case report.[dermnetnz.org]
  • Presented at the International Symposium on Early Orthodontic Treatment, February 8-10, 2002; Phoenix, Ariz.[slideshare.net]
Respiratory Distress
  • Distribution of enamel defects and the association with respiratory distress in very low birthweight infants. J Dent Res 1984; 63:59-64. 41. Salama GS, Draidi YM, Ayyash FF.[rmsjournal.org]
Premature Tooth Eruption
  • PREMATURE TOOTH ERUPTION Premature tooth eruption is different from early eruption because it implies immature teeth, always in the bud state, erupt. This can be caused by traumas, tumors, infections, etc.[ocoeeoralsurgery.com]
  • Affected individuals with TDO-II may experience premature tooth eruption; in addition, the teeth may not exhibit the discoloration that tends to occur in TDO-I.[rarediseases.org]
  • Together with an ERA-NET NEURON grant, the team discovered premature tooth eruption as a probable early diagnostic biomarker for the ADNP related autism disorder.[adnpfoundation.org]
Osteopenia
  • Enamel defects of the primary dentition and osteopenia of prematurity. Pediatr Dent 199214(2):119–121. 21. Backström MC, Aine L, Mäki R, et al.[rmsjournal.org]

Treatment

  • No treatment was carried out. Fig 4.[slideshare.net]
  • These factors and conditions will be examined and material provided on clinical presentation and treatment options.[uncch.pure.elsevier.com]
  • Treatment There is no standard course of treatment for Sotos syndrome. Treatment is symptomatic. Prognosis Sotos syndrome is not a life-threatening disorder and patients may have a normal life expectancy.[the-medical-dictionary.com]
  • Early orthodontic treatment can prepare your child's mouth for future orthodontic treatment, and in some cases may even reduce the extent and time frame of the treatment needed when your child is older.[smiletownnorthdelta.com]
  • Surgical treatment coupled with autogenous bone grafting and postoperative treatment to reduce osteoclast activities also have been reported [ 20 ].[pocketdentistry.com]

Prognosis

  • Prognosis Sotos syndrome is not a life-threatening disorder and patients may have a normal life expectancy. The initial abnormalities of Sotos syndrome usually resolve as the growth rate becomes normal after the first few years of life.[the-medical-dictionary.com]
  • If still present at 4 months of age, the tooth has a good prognosis . References: Buchanan S, Jenkins CR, Riga-Fedes syndrome: Natal or neonatal teeth associated with tongue ulceration. Case report.[dermnetnz.org]
  • What Is the Prognosis for Teething? Teething is normal. Most infants and children eventually get all 20 primary teeth, which fall out and are replaced by 32 permanent teeth.[emedicinehealth.com]
  • Although the prognosis for the affected primary teeth is poor, it is good for the permanent teeth as these are usually uninvolved [ 23 ].[pocketdentistry.com]
  • One must ask why it is needed and when it should start, and the prognosis for early treatment should be thoroughly evaluated.[slideshare.net]

Etiology

  • Exact etiology for this condition is unknown.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Early eruption of a single tooth is more frequent and is usually caused by local etiological factors, such as premature loss of a temporary tooth which is itself most often caused by dental decay.[orthodontisteenligne.com]
  • Here we examined the association between SHS exposure and early tooth eruption (ETE) to clarify the additional etiology of an increased chance of contact between the tooth’s surface and acid produced by fermenting oral bacteria.[tobaccoinduceddiseases.org]
  • This increase in circulating thyroid hormone is also the etiological factor for the clinical features seen in hyperthyroidism. These include hyperactivity and emotional disturbances [ 1 , 22 ].[pocketdentistry.com]

Epidemiology

  • Neurology and Neurosurgery Czech and Slovak Ophthalmology Czech and Slovak Psychiatry Czech Geriatric Review Czech Gynaecology Czech Rheumatology Czech Dental Journal Czech Urology Czech-Slovak Dermatology Czecho-Slovak Pathology Czech-Slovak Pediatrics Epidemiology[prolekare.cz]
  • Epidemiological study of some factors related to deciduous tooth eruption. Afr Dent J 1996; 10: 19-23. 27. Hazelwood SJ, Martin RB, Rashid MM, JRodrigo JJ.[rmsjournal.org]
  • More details Hide details 1 Department of Preventive and Public Health Dentistry, Fukuoka Dental College, Fukuoka, Japan 2 Department of Oral Health Sciences, Faculty of Nursing and Health Care, BAIKA Women's University, Osaka, Japan 3 Department of Epidemiology[tobaccoinduceddiseases.org]
  • Infraocclusion of primary molars: an epidemiologic and familial study. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 1981;9:94-102. 4. Kurol J, Thilander B. Infraocclusion of primary molars and the effect on occlusal development: a longitudinal study.[slideshare.net]
Sex distribution
Age distribution

Prevention

  • Please feel free to contact us at Paragon Dentistry if you feel your child has lost space and we will be happy to evaluate for placement of a space maintainer to prevent further loss of space![allentxdentist.com]
  • Prevention Providing your child with proper dental care, including semi-yearly appointments for professional cleanings as well as the tools to brush and floss their teeth, can prevent the periodontal disease than can lead to premature tooth loss.[livestrong.com]
  • Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Office on Smoking and Health; 2014;459-521. 5. Hanioka T, Ojima M, Tanaka K, Yamamoto M.[tobaccoinduceddiseases.org]
  • Preventing Baby Bottle Tooth Decay Tooth decay in infants can be minimized or totally prevented by not allowing sleeping infants to breast or bottle-feed.[butlerpediatricdentistry.com]
  • Two types of malocclusions can be prevented: those caused by premature loss of primary teeth and those caused by non-nutritive sucking habits that continue after the permanent teeth erupt. (See Module 5 .)[mchoralhealth.org]

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