Relationship between gestational age, birth weight and deciduous tooth eruption

@article{Khalifa2014RelationshipBG,
  title={Relationship between gestational age, birth weight and deciduous tooth eruption},
  author={Afrin Mohamed Khalifa and Reyad Atef El Gendy and Mohamed G. Abd El-Mohsen and A. Hammour and R. Aly},
  journal={Egyptian Pediatric Association Gazette},
  year={2014},
  volume={62},
  pages={41-45}
}
Abstract Background Teething is a normal part of child growth and development. Growth parameters and feeding pattern may be determinants of the timing of teeth eruption in healthy infant. Primary tooth eruption may be affected by gestational age, postnatal nutrition, degree of prematurity as well as severity of neonatal illness. Objectives The aim of this study was to evaluate the relation between gestational age, weight and neonatal illness to the time of eruption of the first deciduous tooth… Expand
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