domingo, 22 de noviembre de 2020

Tooth Development and Eruption - Odontogenesis


Dental embryology is responsible for the study of odontogenesis, which is the development of teeth. This event begins in the embryo around the sixth week and is divided into four stages.

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It is approximately in the eighth week that the germs of the primary teeth are formed. Primary teeth begin to erupt at approximately 6 months and end at 31 months.


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