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J Int Assoc Dent Child. 1988 Dec;19(2):25-8.

Consequence and therapy of primary tooth intrusion.

Abstract

The consequences of primary tooth intrusion to the permanent successors are as follows: internal white enamel hypoplasy, external white or yellow-brown enamel hypoplasy, crown dilaceration and root angulation. Questions of therapy have also been discussed.

PMID:
3273300
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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