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Standards for permanent teeth emergence time and sequence in Lithuanian children, residents of Vilnius city.

  title={Standards for permanent teeth emergence time and sequence in Lithuanian children, residents of Vilnius city.},
  author={Ruta Almonaitiene and Irena Bal{\vc}iūnienė and Janina Tutkuviene},
  volume={14 3},
BACKGROUND. Up-to-date population specific standards on the timing and sequence of emergence of the permanent teeth are essential in planning medical care for children. To the best of authors' knowledge, data about emergence time of permanent teeth in Lithuanian children has not been provided. OBJECTIVE. To provide the first standards of permanent teeth emergence time and sequence in Lithuanian children, citizens of Vilnius. MATERIAL AND METHODS. In a cross-sectional study, data were collected… 

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