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1. Some selected dental and jaw aberrations.
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There is a close but separate interrelationship between the development of the teeth and jaws. Some principles of the biology of teeth and jaws are central to this presentation. The basic blueprints of both the tooth and jaws are inherent. Postnatal growth is but a continuation of prenatal growth interrupted by the event of birth. In utero, the fetus with its genetic beginnings is subjected to the vicissitudes of the maternal environment. After birth, the individual is subjected to the effects of the general environment. Development of facial form is related to the synchronous coordination of ... Read More »
» Published in Ann Plast Surg. 2006 Oct;57(4):453-61.
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