Relationship between birth weight and time of first deciduous tooth eruption in 143 consecutively born infants.

@article{Sajjadian2010RelationshipBB,
  title={Relationship between birth weight and time of first deciduous tooth eruption in 143 consecutively born infants.},
  author={Negar Sajjadian and Hamideh Shajari and Ramin Jahadi and Michael G. Barakat and Ali Sajjadian},
  journal={Pediatrics and neonatology},
  year={2010},
  volume={51 4},
  pages={
          235-7
        }
}
BACKGROUND Deciduous teeth play an important role in the proper alignment, spacing and occlusion of permanent teeth. The calcification of deciduous teeth begins during the fourth prenatal month, and calcification of all deciduous teeth begin by the end of the sixth prenatal month. The eruption date varies and is genetically influenced. Delayed eruption of deciduous teeth, especially the first teeth, causes nutritional problems for the infants. It also results in parental concerns. In this study… Expand
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