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(Orthod Craniofac Res[TA])
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  • Dental development in Down syndrome and healthy children: a comparative study using the Demirjian method. [Journal Article]
  • OCOrthod Craniofac Res 2017; 20(2):65-70
  • van der Linden MS, Vucic S, … Ongkosuwito EM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings showed that dental development in DS children is similar to the development of control children and that a relationship exists between hypodontia and dental development. The clinically observed late eruption is probably not due to late dental development but due to the other processes that take place during eruption, such as the possible impaired processes at the apical side and the occlusal side of an erupting element.
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