Dental Pathology: A Practical Introduction by Pieter J. Slootweg MD, DMD, PhD (auth.)
By Pieter J. Slootweg MD, DMD, PhD (auth.)
This booklet can help dentists and oral surgeons to acknowledge and diagnose gross dental abnormalities.
It offers virtually appropriate wisdom on histology and histopathology of the alterations which are noticeable in illnesses of the dental and periodontal tissues.
It comprises the disturbances in the teeth formation, received dental ailments together with caries and its sequelae for the tooth-surrounding tissues, periodontal disorder and odontogenic tumours.
On best of all this, realization is usually paid to the histological changes precipitated through dental treatment.
In sum, then, this paintings will end up to be a useful better half for dental practitioners who have the desire to make diagnoses on these types of conditions.
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This ebook can assist dentists and oral surgeons to acknowledge and diagnose gross dental abnormalities. It presents essentially acceptable wisdom on histology and histopathology of the adjustments which are noticeable in illnesses of the dental and periodontal tissues. It contains the disturbances in enamel formation, obtained dental ailments together with caries and its sequelae for the tooth-surrounding tissues, periodontal sickness and odontogenic tumours.
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Irrespective of being identifiable as true or false, they may lie free in the dental pulp, being connected with the wall of the pulp chamber, or lie entirely within the dentin in case of formation of excessive secondary or tertiary dentin. 2a, b). In addition to calcifications in the form of denticles, the pulp may contain diffuse calcifications, occurring as metaplastic ossification along collagen fibres or blood vessels. 3). However, they lack the inner structure and circumscribed nature shown by the true or false denticles.
2). 3 Local Conditions Causing Disturbed Eruption Teeth may erupt at the wrong place or not at all if local conditions interfere with the eruption path- Chapter 6 way. Usually, these are diseases of the jaw bone or the overlying soft tissues. Also, odontogenic tumours arising around the crown area of a developing teeth may hinder proper eruption. Quite often, the failure of a tooth to erupt will be the first sign of such a jaw tumour. Eruption of a tooth in an aberrant position more often is due to jaw lesions lying adjacent to the developing roots than to obstacles in the eruption pathway.
It may be the 6 result of any condition in which the vitality of the normally present intervening periodontal ligament has been jeopardized. Sometimes, ankylosis occurs in combination with external resorption. 1). 2 Premature Eruption Both deciduous as well as permanent teeth may erupt into the oral cavity at a too-early age. Because the roots are not yet well developed at that time, the fixation of the tooth in the jaw may be compromised and the subsequent root development may be disturbed, resulting in teeth with malformed and/or too-short roots.