Submerged tooth

Submerged deciduous teeth have the potential to cause malocclusion not only by prevention of their exfoliation and subsequent r eplacement Tooth ankylosis is the pathological fusion between alveolar bone and the cementum of teeth, which is a rare phenomenon in the deciduous dentition and even more uncommon in permanent teeth. As a result, this may cause significant problems in eruption, often with severe bone loss and migration of deciduous and permanent teeth

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  1. Ben-Bassat Y(1), Brin I, Fuks AB
  2. What are synonyms for submerged tooth? submucosa
  3. sub·merged, sub·merg·ing, sub·merg·es
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  5. is energized and tra-versed
  6. Dental practitioners should be aware of the potential consequences
  7. Apicoectomy