Interventions in Pediatric Dentistry: Open Access Journal
Research Article(ISSN: 2637-6636)
What Has Changed in the Order and Chronology of
Outbreak in Temporary Dentition? Volume 5 - Issue 4
Leslie Imara de Armas Gallegos*, Yaniris Figueroa Céspedes and Yaiset de la Torre Molina
Department of Orthodontics, Faculty of Stomatology Raúl González Sánchez, Cuba
Received:January 19, 2021; Published: February 03, 2021
*Corresponding author: Leslie Imara de Armas Gallegos, Second Degree Specialist in Orthodontics, Master in Stomatological Emergencies. Assistant Professor, Department of Orthodontics, Faculty of Stomatology Raúl González Sánchez, Cuba
Introduction: In daily health care practice, it has been observed that there is a notable difference in the age at which the teeth erupt in patients, who do not comply with the established canons. This has sparked interest in the subject. Objective: to determine the changes in the order and chronology of the outbreak in the primary dentition at a national and international level.
Material and Methods: A search was carried out in 8 electronic databases of the systems (MEDLINE, PubMed, Hinari Cochrane, PubMed, SciELO, Scopus and Google Scholar). The articles reviewed were 59 articles of which 18 were selected for research.
Most relevant results: After the search, we found that the topic in general has been little addressed in primary dentition. Despite this, investigations were found in India, China, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey. In Latin America, research that makes it possible to demonstrate ethnic differences in the eruption process is even scarcer.
Conclusions: With the passage of time, the trend is towards an advancement in the chronology of dental outbreaks at the global and national level, so they do not conform to the established canons; In addition, there are greater modifications in the chronology than in the eruption sequence. There are ethnic differences in the eruption process, conditioned by the fact that each individual and each population have their own characteristics. This is the reason why some countries have established the chronology and sequence of the outbreak typical of their child population.
Keywords: Tooth outbreak; tooth eruption; outbreak order and chronology