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Development and morphology of internal resorption of teeth

Cecilia Wedenberg

Development and morphology of internal resorption of teeth

a study in humans, monkeys and rats

by Cecilia Wedenberg

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Published by Kongl Carolinska Medico Chirurgiska Institutet in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tooth Resorption -- etiology.

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    Statementby Cecilia Wedenberg.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14739600M

    Root resorption happens every day in children – it is the body’s natural process of (re)absorbing tissue. In the case of a child’s mouth, it is what helps them to lose their baby teeth and, in fact, what allows them to have effective orthodontic treatment. The body resorbs tissues that connect the baby teeth to Location: 30 Central Park South Suite 5C, New York, , NY. Multiple internal resorption in permanent teeth associated with hyperparathyroidism Eswar Nagaraj 1, Roopam Pal Kaur 1, PH Raghuram 1, P Suresh Kumar 2 1 Department of Oral Medicine and Radiology, SRM Dental College, Bharathi Salai, Ramapuram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India 2 Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, SRM Dental College.

    Types of root resorption in permanent teeth may be broadly classified into internal and external resorption. Internal eruption has its origins in the dental pulp whereas external resorption begins in the periodontal ligament (PDL). Internal resorption is relatively rare and occurs as a result of trauma or caries-related inflammation of the pulp.   For example, several teeth may be simultaneously injured by physical trauma, and any of those teeth that were traumatized may theoretically go on to develop internal resorption. However, this process would not spread to any teeth that were not likewise injured. If there is any danger, it is to the survival of the tooth with internal resorption.3/5(K).

    internal resorption: a loss of tooth structure originating within the pulp cavity.   Once the jaw development ends in early adulthood, root resorption normally stops. It’s a concern, then, if it continues. Abnormal root resorption most often begins outside of the tooth and works its way in, beginning usually around the neck-like (or .


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Development and morphology of internal resorption of teeth by Cecilia Wedenberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tooth resorption, or root resorption, is the progressive loss of dentine and cementum by the action of osteoclasts. This is a normal physiological process in the exfoliation of the primary dentition, caused by osteoclast differentiation due to pressure exerted by the erupting permanent r, in the secondary dentition the process is lty: Dentistry.

Internal resorption (IR) is a relatively rare occurrence, and most cases follow injury to pulp tissue, such as physical trauma or caries-related pulpitis. The condition is more frequently observed in male than in female subjects.

1 Although IR is a relatively rare entity, 2, 3 a higher prevalence of the condition has been associated with teeth Cited by: 1. Sunil Kapila, Gregory J. King, in Esthetics and Biomechanics in Orthodontics (Second Edition), Root Resorption.

Root resorption is a relatively common sequel of orthodontic treatment. Consequences range from slight tooth mobility resulting from mild amounts of root resorption to complete loss of teeth due to excessive root resorption.

In most cases, teeth that have external resorption will fail in time. The resorption is caused by cells in the ligament that surround the tooth, attacking and destroying it. Late stage resorption can cause the tooth to become ankylosed, or. Internal inflammatory root resorption: the unknown resorption of the tooth MARKUS HAAPASALO & UNNI ENDAL Internal inflammatory root resorption is a relatively rare resorption that begins in the root canal and destroys surrounding dental hard tissues.

Odontoclastic multinuclear cells are responsible for the resorption, which can. Development and morphology of internal resorption in teeth – a study in humans, monkeys and rats. Stockholm: Kongl Carolinska Medico Chirurgiska Institutet, Stockholm: Kongl Carolinska Cited by: INTRODUCTION.

Resorption is defined as a condition associated with either a physiologic or a pathologic process resulting in loss of dentin, cementum or bone.[] Andreasen has classified tooth resorption as Internal (Inflammatory, Replacement) and External (Surface, Inflammatory and Replacement).[]Internal root resorption is the progressive destruction of intraradicular dentin.

Tooth Resorption Question: Hi Dr. B, I am currently facing extraction of two teeth in the smile zone and implants. The teeth developed internal resorption.

I have been a faithful attendant to my teeth all my life — checkups twice a year. I am now 55 years old. I saw the dentist in April, no problem. I returned in July to check out an odd.

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Mar 2nd 37 Resorption of Teeth Internal Resorption Mar 2nd 38 Internal Resorption Occurs from the pulpal surface, and is usually associated with large carious lesions or restorations Mar 2nd 39 Internal ResorptionInternal Resorption Mar 2nd 40 Internal ResorptionInternal Resorption Tooth resorption is a common sequela following injuries to or irritation of the periodontal ligament and/or tooth pulp.

The course of tooth resorption involves an elaborate interaction among. Resorption – Dr. Nithin Mathew Internal Infection Related Root Resorption • Internal inflammatory resorption may be classified according to location: • Apical • Intraradicular Apical: • Study showed that % of teeth with periapical lesions had varying degrees of.

In internal resorption the outline of the canal is interrupted and usually appears as a smooth bulge. Internal resorption is often difficult to detect in posterior teeth and may be seen only after root treatment has been completed. Treatment for Internal Resorption Prompt root canal treatment is necessary in all diagnosed cases of internal.

Internal resorption, a rare phenomenon, has been a quandary from the standpoints of both its diagnosis and treatment. It is usually asymptomatic and discovered by chance on routine radiographic examinations or by a classic clinical sign, “pink spot” in the crown. This paper emphasizes the etiology and pathophysiologic mechanisms involved in internal root by: 3.

Saka, H., Koyama, T., Tamatsu, Y. et al. of the primary teeth is when the formation of 1/4 of the root morphology of the successive permanent tooth is completed. Matsumoto et al.6) reported that root resorption of the primary teeth rapidly progresses.

External tooth resorption, or root resorption, is the breakdown or destruction and subsequent loss of the root structure of a tooth, while internal root resorption occurs when the integrity of the outermost layer of pulp tissue is broached.

In feline patients, external root resorption is far more common than internal root resorption. 3 Whether the clinician identifies tooth resorption.

External resorption is more common than internal resorption. Root resorption most often starts from the outside of the tooth and works itself inwards. Factors which cause external root resorption: 1) Orthodontics: Occurs when orthodontic forces applied to the teeth are excessive or when teeth are moved too quickly during the orthodontic process.

Internal root resorption (IRR) is a particular category of pulp disease characterized by the loss of dentine as a result of the action of clastic cells stimulated by pulpal inflammation.

This review article explains the etiology, the prevalence of IRR, and, in addition to the clinical data, the contribution of the three-dimensional imaging (CBCT) to the diagnosis, the clinical decision, Cited by: Lack of development of one or more teeth Anodontia Total lack of tooth development Hyperdontia Development of an increased number of teeth Hypodontia Common dental anomaly %-8% (excluding third molars) Female predominance about Uncommon in primary dentition.

occurrence of internal resorption has been estimated to be between.% and %, depending on the in ammatory status of the pulp [ ]. A more recent histological study concluded that internal resorption was frequently detected in teeth a ected by pulpitis and pulp necrosis.

e lesions are not likely to be detected by conventional clinical or. I agree with you that you should first confirm that you do have internal resorption. If you do have internal resorption, treatment success is very unpredictable.

A dental implant, on the other hand, in the #30 location has about a 95% long-term success rate.The teeth were extracted at intervals of 1, 2, 6, and 10 weeks.

The authors noted only a transient colonization of the damaged dentin by multinucleated clastic cells in the teeth that had been sealed (ie, transient internal root resorption). Those teeth were free from bacterial contamination, and no signs of active hard tissue resorption by:   Internal vs.

External. Root resorption in permanent teeth may begin on the inside of the tooth (internal resorption), but more often it starts from the outside and works inward (external resorption).

The effects of external cervical resorption occur near the gum line at the cervical (“neck-like”) region of a tooth.