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  • Oral Health-Related Quality of Life in Dutch Children Diagnosed with Oligodontia. A Cross-Sectional Study. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health 2019; 16(13)Filius MAP, Cune MS, … Visser A
  • There is need to get insight into condition-specific oral health-related quality of life in Dutch children with oligodontia. Between October 2014 and March 2017, 11-17-year-old oligodontia patients were approached to join a study assessing the impact of oligodontia on condition-specific oral health-related quality of life (OHrQoL). The patients received a condition-specific OHrQoL questionnaire p…
  • Non-syndromic occurrence of true generalized microdontia with hypodontia: A case report. [Case Reports]
    Medicine (Baltimore) 2019; 98(26):e16283Chen Y, Zhou F, … Wang Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: The non-syndromic presence of true generalized microdontia is extremely rare. A personalized treatment plan with multi-disciplinary considerations should be given for these patients. The pathogenesis remains unclear but may be related to genetic as well as environmental factors. More studies are urgently needed to explore the pathogenesis and treatment options for the future.
  • The prevalence of developmental anomalies among school children in Southern district of Andhra Pradesh, India. [Journal Article]
    J Oral Maxillofac Pathol 2019 Jan-Apr; 23(1):160Bandaru BK, Thankappan P, … Rajendra Santosh AB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Tongue-tie was the most frequent oral tissue developmental anomaly and fluorosis was the most common developmental anomaly affecting dental tissue. The prevalence rate of the study was compared with studies published from other geographical regions in India. The variations in the reported prevalence of developmental anomalies are probably related to genetic and environmental conditions.
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