Dentistry Tooth resorption

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Puppies have 28 temporary teeth that erupt at about three to four weeks of age. They have 42 permanent teeth that begin to emerge at about four months. Tooth resorption
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Ref. Staszyk, C., Bienert, A., Kreutzer, R., Wohlsein, P., Simhofer, H.: Equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis. Veterinary Journal 178, 372-379, 2008. Tooth resorption
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Etiology Traumatic luxation injuries orthodontic tooth movement chronic infections of the pulp or periodontal structures. ProcessEtiology Traumatic luxation injuries orthodontic tooth movement chronic infections of the pulp or periodontal structures. Process
Resorption is a condition associated with either a physiologic or a pathologic process resulting in a loss of dentin, Cementum or bone. Tooth resorption
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Guide to Feline Dental CareGuide to Feline Dental Care
Feline dental care is perhaps the most overlooked and under-treated area in small animal medicine. Cats are affected by many of the same dental problems that affect dogs. Tooth resorption
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Resorption q what is resorption?Resorption q what is resorption?
A resorption is a normal and natural process in which teeth “dissolve” away under pressure from adjacent teeth e g baby teeth roots disappear under pressure from the second teeth coming through. Tooth resorption
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Section 41- overdenturesSection 41- overdentures
Miller, P. A. Complete dentures supported by natural teeth. J prosthet Dent 8: 924-928, 1959. Tooth resorption
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