An: 2017, Nr.2, Articol Nr. 11
THE SEQUENCES OF ERUPTION OF PERMANENT MOLARS, CENTRAL AND LATERAL INCISORS IN CHILDREN FROM MURES COUNTY
Nagy-Bota Monica-Cristina, Hălmaciu Ioana, Pap Zsuzsanna, Szanto Annamaria, Klara Brînzaniuc - University of Medicine and Pharmacy Târgu Mureş, Department of Anatomy and Embriology
Păcurar Mariana - University of Medicine and Pharmacy Târgu Mureş, Department of Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics
Dorgo Monica Letiţia - Internal Medicine County Hospital
THE SEQUENCES OF ERUPTION OF PERMANENT MOLARS, CENTRAL AND LATERAL INCISORS IN CHILDREN FROM MURES COUNTY (Abstract): Introduction: Tooth eruption is an important event during the development and growth of each child and it can be influenced by general factors and local factors. Material and method: We’ve selected a total of 271 children, aged 6-8 years, who came from a school in a town in Mureş county, including 141 girls and 130 boys. The children were clinically examined by intraoral examination using the probe and dental mirror. Results: Of the 271 children, atypical eruption was observed at a rate of 54,61%. Pathological eruption of all male children was observed at a rate of 49,23% and in the case of females, at a rate of 59,57%. Under pathological eruption, we noticed three atypical sequences as follows: Sequence 1: at the maxillary (IL-IC-M1) and at the mandible (M1-IL-IC), Sequence 2: at the maxillary (IC-IL-M1) and at the mandible (IL-M1-IC) and Sequence 3: at the maxillary (M1-IL-IC) and at the mandible (IC-M1-IL). Discussions: It is noted that there is a change in the normal pattern of the eruption, with the appearance of several atypical eruption sequences. Dental caries is one of the important factors that determine accelerated eruptions, it represents the early loss of temporary teeth, which occurs mainly due to their destruction by tooth decay. Conclusions: Pathological eruption is more common than normal eruption, especially in females compared to males. Most cases of atypical eruption were observed in 8-year-old boys and 7-year-old girls. We noticed three atypical sequences of permanent teeth eruption.
Key words: ATYPICAL ERUPTION, SEQUENCES, NORMAL ERUPTIONFull text