Teething of the constant teeth as an indicator of biological maturity and state of health of children

Written by Yatsenko A.K., Trankovskaya L.V., Kutuzova N.V

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The review of the literature devoted to age-sexual and regional features of teethng of constant teeth as the important indicator of a biological maturity and a state of health of children, necessary at planning and realization of schemes and actions of programs of prophylaxis of the defects of biological development among the pediatric population. Modern methods and approaches for an estimation of criteria of a tooth maturity of the child are presented. Works of Russian and foreign authors on secular trend are estimated, these researches were done in Europe, Russia, Asian and the North American countries. Features of teething of constant teeth in the different conditions of inhabitancy, training and education are evaluated. The results of last researches of the teething in children and the teenagers living in various regions of the Russian Federation and also in the countries of near and far abroad are resulted.

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A.K. Yatsenko, L.V. Trankovskaya, N.V. Kutuzova
Pacific State Medical University (2 Ostryakova Ave. Vladivostok 690950 Russian Federation)

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