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Study: Bacteria of Early Childhood Caries are More in Oral Cavity of Infants Before Tooth Eruption

According to a recent study, several bacterial types linked to early childhood caries (ECC) have been found in the saliva of infants prior to the tooth eruption. The study was carried out by a team from the University of Illinois. … Continue reading

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Craniosynostosis, Delayed Tooth Eruption And Supernumerary Teeth One Gene In Background

Researchers at the University of Helsinki, Finland, have described a new, recessively inherited human syndrome featuring craniosynostosis, maxillary hyperplasia, delayed tooth eruption and extra teeth. The researchers also identified causative mutations in a gene IL11RA. In craniosynostosis, the sutures between … Continue reading

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Gene Implicated In Craniosynostosis, Delayed Tooth Eruption And Supernumerary Teeth

Researchers have described a new, recessively inherited human syndrome featuring craniosynostosis, maxillary hyperplasia, delayed tooth eruption and extra teeth. They also identified causative mutations in a gene IL11RA. In craniosynostosis, the sutures between skull bones become ossified prematurely, affecting skull … Continue reading

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