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Dental Primary Dentition and Baby Teeth DVD
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Dental Primary Dentition and Baby Teeth DVD

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Primary teeth or baby teeth or deciduous teeth are called the first baby teeth of a child (sometimes also called milk teeth). The number of baby teeth is 20 (ten at every jaw), much less than the number of the adult teeth. The primary teeth will be replaced at a baby's later age by a set of 32 permanent teeth

The eruption of the first primary tooth marks the starting point for your child's oral hygiene. Baby teeth are susceptible to tooth decay as soon as they appear. The main dental problems related with primary teeth are : baby bottle tooth decay, thumb sucking and the early loss of primary teeth before the eruption of permanent teeth.


Tooth numbering charts - How are teeth numbered? - Dentists use special tooth numbering systems for uniquely identifying and referring to a specific tooth. Learn more about the tooth numbering systems for primary / baby teeth...

The first baby teeth to erupt are usually the two lower front teeth. The order of primary teeth eruption (teething age) is as shown in the following baby teeth chart : 

Pictures of teeth #2. Primary teeth chart - Milk / deciduous teeth eruption age

1. central incisors 2. Lateral incisors
3. Canines 4. First molars 5. Second molars

 

 

DVD Contains OVER

45 minutes

OF EXTENSIVE VIDEO TRAINING

 

TO WATCH ON YOUR COMPUTER OR  T.V.

 

 

HERE IS A QUICK LIST YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT

It is the purpose of the Video to provide a ready introduction and review of the Primary Dentition. When combined with first hand examination of the skull and teeth individually, this video will help the student to develop a thorough working knowledge of the Primary (baby) and Perminant teeth...

TOOTH MORPHOLOGY OF PRIMARY TEETH

The primary teeth are 20 : ten at every jaw
8 incisors, 
4 canines and 
8 primary molars
The deciduous teeth of the primary dentition are smaller than the teeth of the same type in the permanent dentition, but they generally resemble in form.
Pictures of teeth #3. Baby / primary teeth chart - tooth morphology diagram- Primary teeth chart -


In its simplest definition, this video explores and defines every crook and cranny of primary dentition.

You will learn the points of contact

Dental Terminology

Name, Location and Position

Occlusion

Perminant vs. Primary

Morphology

Terminology

Identifying Characteristics

The 4 Quadrants of 5 Breakdown

Removal of the Cortical plate at growing teeth -

AKA - Succedaneous Teeth

You will also learn to:

8 defining factors between Primary & Perminant

Where the term Milk teeth comes from

Cross Section definition of each Tooth

Individual Tooth Structures

Surrounding Tissues

Discribe Areas of the Teeth

Related Terms

Combine Basic Terms

Possible Restorations for Primary Teeth

Exploration of the roots

Exploration of defects - resorb

PLUS SO MUCH MUCH MORE!

This video is real life, not drawings or immatations

 

A DEFINATE FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO LEARN ABOUT PRIMARY TEETH...

Last Updated: Friday, 27 April 2018 00:49