Perfect as a clinical guide or a review for oral exams, this remarkably useful resource clues you in to the most valuable pieces of information you'll need to know to achieve the most success. You'll appreciate the easy-to-use Q&A format of the Secrets Series®, providing succinct yet complete answers to topics in virtually every area of dentistry.
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Occlusion (e.g., tipped teeth sandwiching another tooth) • Supernumeraries •
Fibrous dysplasta • Fibromatosis Many or all teeth • Normal variation ... Internal
resorption, external resorption, and superimposition are the most common
Apexification involves the placement of agents in the pulpless permanent tooth,
with an incompletely formed apex, ... The exact cause is unknown, but internal
resorption is often seen after trauma that results in hemorrhage of vessels in the ...
What are the types and characteristics of the resorption phenomenon that may
follow a traumatic injury? Inflammatory external and internal resorption occurs
when necrotic pulp has become infected, leading to resorption of the external
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