Clinical Management of Submerged Primary Molars

Sherman, Michael
December 2007
Ontario Dentist;Dec2007, Vol. 84 Issue 10, p16
Academic Journal
The article discusses how dentists can identify and treat the submergence of primary molar teeth. Some of the etiologic factors in submerged primary colors include ankylosis, defects in the periodontal membrane and trauma. The three levels of dental submergence are slight, moderate and severe submergence. Information is presented on the orthodontic/prosthetic intervention.


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