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Interventions in Pediatric Dentistry: Open Access Journal

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Surgical Treatment of Natal Teeth from Standpoint of Haemorrhage Control, Infection Prevention and Application on Anaesthetics

Volume 1 - Issue 1

Dusan Surdilovic1*, Tatjanaille2 and Mohamed Said Hamed1

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    • 1Gulf Medical University, College of Dentistry, Ajman, UAE
    • 2Gulf Medical University, College of Medicine, Ajman, UAE

    *Corresponding author: Dusan Surdilovic, Gulf Medical University, College of Dentistry, Ajman, UAE

Received: January 25, 2018;   Published: February 05, 2018

DOI: 10.32474/IPDOAJ.2018.01.000104

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Most babies, new-borns, get their first tooth between 5 and 8 months of age. The first teeth that poke through the gums are the central incisors, which are located on the bottom front. While most infants get their first teeth months after birth, some babies are born with one or more teeth. These are called natal teeth. Natal teeth are relatively rare [1]. Most studies however give an incidence between 1 in 2000 to 1 in 3500 live births. The incidence probably varies between different racial groups, with some American Indian tribes reported to commonly present with natal teeth. Statistical significance between regions is yet to be shown. [2] Natal teeth are said to be three times more common than neonatal teeth [3].

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