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Estimating age using permanent molars and third cervical vertebrae shape with a novel semi-automated method.
Estimating chronological age accurately in young adults is difficult and additional methods are required to increase the accuracy. This study explored a new semi-automated method to assess shape change of third cervical ...
Children's toothache is becoming everybody's business: where do parents go when their children have oral pain in London, England? A cross-sectional analysis.
OBJECTIVES: To assess the number of parents who visited community pharmacies in London seeking pain medications for their children's pain and specifically for oral pain, to identify which health services parents contacted ...
Ingestion of an orthodontic archwire resulting in a perforated bowel: A case report.
Accidentally, ingesting components of an orthodontic appliance can result in serious consequences for the patient. This paper presents one such complication, not previously reported, where the patient needed emergency ...
A radiographic study of the mandibular third molar root development in different ethnic groups.
BACKGROUND: The nature of differences in the timing of tooth formation between ethnic groups is important when estimating age. AIM: To calculate age of transition of the mandibular third (M3) molar tooth stages from archived ...
A radiographic study estimating age of mandibular third molars by periodontal ligament visibility.
BACKGROUND: Visibility of the periodontal ligament of mandibular third molars (M3) has been suggested as a method to estimate age. AIM: To assess the accuracy of this method and compare the visibility of the periodontal ...
Activin subfamily peptides predict chronological age in humans.
Loss of muscle mass and function are a well-defined aspect of human aging from the 3rd decade of life, which result in reduced independence and increased mortality. The activin family of peptides contains several endocrine ...