Corpus ID: 12539972

Association between teething and independent walking in healthy children.

  title={Association between teething and independent walking in healthy children.},
  author={N. Kaymaz and S. Yildirim and S. Cevizci and M. Çimen and N. Topaloğlu and F. Binnetoğlu and M. Tekin and E. {\"O}zmert},
  journal={The Turkish journal of pediatrics},
  volume={57 1},
Developing teeth provide a reliable indication of maturation and biological age. The objective of this study was to establish whether there is any association between the time of emergence of the first primary tooth and the time when independent walking occurs. A cross-sectional study was conducted with a sample of 206 healthy children (95 girls and 111 boys) aged 12 to 60 (mean: 29.79±0.66) months who were able to walk independently. The study was conducted using a questionnaire that was… Expand
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  • European archives of paediatric dentistry : official journal of the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry
  • 2010
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