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Concurrent SHORT syndrome and 3q duplication syndrome

Boaz AM, Grasso SA, DeRogatis , Beesley EN

SHORT syndrome is an extremely rare congenital condition due to a chromosomal mutation of the PIK3R1 gene found at 5q13.1. SHORT is a mnemonic representing six manifestations of the syndrome:...
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Eruption Stage of Permanent Teeth Using Diagnostic Model Analysis in Kyung Hee Dental Hospital

Oh T, Nam O, Kim M, Lee HS, Kim K, Choi S

Individual dental age is used as an index of chronological age estimation and is an important indicator of the child's growth stage. Dental age does change greatly over time, but...
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A Novel RUNX2 Mutation in a Korean Family with Cleidocranial Dysplasia

Lee JW, Song J, Shin TJ, Hyun HK, Kim YJ, Lee SH, Kim J, Kim JW

Cleidocranial dysplasia (CCD) is an autosomal-dominant disease characterized by the delayed closure of cranial sutures, defects in clavicle formation, supernumerary teeth, and delayed tooth eruption. Defects in the Runt-related transcription...
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Full mouth rehabilitation in patient with loss of vertical dimension and deep bite due to tooth wear

Chae HS, Jeon BS, Lee JJ, Ahn SG, Seo JM

Excessive tooth wear can cause irreversible damage to the occlusal surface and can alter the anterior occlusal relationship by destroying the structure of the anterior teeth needed for esthetics and...
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Early Eruption of Maxillary Permanent Canines : Report of 2 Cases

Oh N, Lee J, Nam S, Kim H

Congenital absence of the primary canines is very rare. Congenital absence of primary teeth often causes their successors to not develop at all or affects the eruption of their successors....
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A case of full mouth rehabilitation in patient with loss of vertical dimension and deep bite due to tooth wear

Seo SY, Lee NY, Kang JK

The collapse of the posterior occlusion destroys the normal occlusal plane and causes excessive wear reducing the vertical dimension. Reduced vertical dimension of occlusion causes not only aesthetic and functional...
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Current Methods for the Treatment of Alveolar Cleft

Kang NH

Alveolar cleft is a tornado-shaped bone defect in the maxillary arch. The treatment goals for alveolar cleft are stabilization and provision of bone continuity to the maxillary arch, permitting support...
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Conservative management (marsupialization) of unicystic ameloblastoma: literature review and a case report

Kim J, Nam E, Yoon S

BACKGROUND: In this study, we present a case of unicystic ameloblastoma (UA) treated by marsupialization followed by surgical enucleation as a conservative approach. UA is a rare, benign, less aggressive,...
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Full-mouth rehabilitation of the patient with severe tooth wear using all ceramic restorations

Kim TS, Lee JH, Lee CW, Lee WS, Lee SY

Tooth wear is known as a normal physiological process which gradually progresses. It is reported that vertical dimension can be kept stable because amount of physiologically worn loss could be...
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Effect of dietary n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids on Bony Remodeling during Eruptive Tooth Movement

Kim HJ

The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) on eruptive movement during tooth development. Sprague-Dawley (SD) rat pups were randomly divided into two...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of the patient with severely worn dentition using monolithic zirconia prosthesis: A clinical report

Kim TY, Han JS, Kim SH, Yeo IS, Lee JB

Excessive occlusal wear causes loss of tooth structure, occlusal plane disharmony, impaired function and esthetic problems. Although the decrease of occlusal vertical dimension may be compensated by the growth of...
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The use of laryngeal mask airway in dental treatment during sevoflurane deep sedation

Lee S, Kim J, Kim J, Kim S

BACKGROUND: General anesthesia is frequently considered for pediatric patients, as they often find it difficult to cooperate and stay calm during administration of potentially painful treatments. Sedation can overcome these...
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Bone Regeneration in the Extraction Socket Filled with Atelocollagen: Histological and Radiographic Study in Beagle Dogs

Lee H, Noh K, Lee DW

PURPOSE: Alveolar bone develops with tooth eruption and is absorbed following tooth extraction. Various ridge preservation techniques have sought to prevent ridge atrophy, with no superior technique evident. Collagen has...
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Manifestation and treatment in a cleidocranial dysplasia patient with a RUNX2 (T420I) mutation

Lee C, Jung HS, Baek JA, Leem DH, Ko SO

Cleidocranial dysplasia is an autosomal dominant heritable skeletal disorder. The characteristic features of cleidocranial dysplasia (CCD) may include hypoplasia of the clavicle, delayed closure of frontanelles, late tooth eruption, and...
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Development of dental charts according to tooth development and eruption for Turkish children and young adults

Karadayi B, Afsin H, Ozaslan A, Karadayi S

PURPOSE: In this study, we aimed to develop dental charts for Turkish children and young adults of both genders within the age group of 4.5-22.5 years according to tooth mineralization...
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The role of polymorphisms associated with early tooth eruption in dental and occlusal traits in East Asian populations

Yamaguchi , Kawaguchi , Kim YI, Haga S, Katayama K, Ishida H, Park SB, Maki K, Kimura R

OBJECTIVE: A recent study suggested that rs6504340, a polymorphism within the homeobox B (HOXB) gene cluster, is associated with the susceptibility for malocclusions in Europeans. The resulting malocclusions require orthodontic...
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Mercury Promotes Catecholamines Which Potentiate Mercurial Autoimmunity and Vasodilation: Implications for Inositol 1,4,5-Triphosphate 3-Kinase C Susceptibility in Kawasaki Syndrome

Yeter D, Deth R, Kuo HC

Previously, we reviewed biological evidence that mercury could induce autoimmunity and coronary arterial wall relaxation as observed in Kawasaki syndrome (KS) through its effects on calcium signaling, and that inositol...
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Psychosocial impact of malocclusion in Spanish adolescents

Bellot-Arcis C, Montiel-Company JM, Almerich-Silla JM

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the psychosocial impact of malocclusion, determine its relationship with the severity of malocclusion, and assess the influence of gender and social class on this relationship in adolescents. METHODS:...
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Image analysis of the eruptive positions of third molars and adjacent second molars as indicators of age evaluation in Thai patients

Mahasantipiya PM, Pramojanee S, Thaiupathump T

PURPOSE: This study was performed to determine the relationship between the stage of tooth eruption (both vertical and mesio-angular) and chronological age. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Indirect digital panoramic radiographs were used...
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A Case of Ectopic Tooth in the Maxillary Sinus Associated with a Mucocele

Kim TY, Kim BJ, Park SK

Supernumerary, ectopic tooth eruption in a non-dental area is a rare entity. The ectopic development of tooth found in non-dental environment has been reported in places such as the nasal...
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