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Premature loss of primary teeth: Part V, treatment planning with due respect to the significance of drifting patterns.
Premature loss of primary teeth: part I, its overall effect on occlusion and space in the permanent dentition.
A further analysis of the data will be presented, and permanent changes in regard to space and sagittal molar relations, in the permanent dentition are presented. Expand
Patterns of occlusion in 3-year-old Danish children.
Occlusion and spacing patterns are described for 1,624 3-year-old children living in Gladsaxe, a suburb of Copenhagen, and the number of dummy suckers was very high and significantly higher among children with crossbite than amoung children with normal transversal relations. Expand
Premature loss of primary teeth: part II, the specific effects on occlusion and space in the permanent dentition.
Premature loss of primary teeth: part III, drifting patterns for different types of teeth after loss of adjoining teeth.
Occlusal interferences in the primary dentition.
- E. Kisling
- ASDC journal of dentistry for children
- 1 May 1981
The influence of mental development on children's acceptance of dental treatment.
Children with mental ages of 3 and 4 years needed 20% more time to accept treatment than did children with higher mental ages, and the time-span for acceptance was 20% greater for 3-year-old children than for older children when IQ values were ≥68. Expand
PERIODONTAL CONDITIONS IN ADULT PATIENTS WITH MONGOLISM (DOWN'S SYNDROME).
Premature loss of primary teeth: part IV, a clinical control of Sannerud's space maintainer, type I.
[Quantitative and qualitative variations in children's acceptance of the dental situation].