Injections of osteoprotegerin and PMA delay tooth eruption.


Tooth eruption requires alveolar bone resorption that is regulated by the dental follicle. This is reflected by the fact that failures of eruption often can be traced to either osteoclast deficiencies or to dental follicle abnormalities. To achieve maximal osteoclastogenesis and subsequent alveolar bone resorption for eruption, we have hypothesized that a… (More)


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