Clinical Observations on the Stages of Teeth Development Using the Longitudinal Data

Hiroaki Tanaka
2004 The Journal of the Kyushu Dental Society  
KyushuDentalSociety Jtl, {H・[twfti-, ± . 58(5)1163-17T, 2004. ft en ts ts fi{if ua ts eswu -(f a tw o {IE fi e c ca e 6 va PR ts E" m 4i r E!n JE.I"1tsiiFrt#enl・keEti\ssas iV-di 16 fil 3 n 22 HRkt )Vl,fik 16 lll 4 fi 12 HEx!Zl The results were as follows; 1. There was no significant difference in the developmental stage between right and left teeth for the longitudinal data. 2. The developmental scores were smaller for the males than those for the females, 3. The developmental score fer sample
more » ... was smaller than for sample A, and those for sample A were smaller than Nolla's standard. 4. Charts of the development of the perrnanent teeth in Japanese was established for the purpose of clinical application using longitudinal sample A.
doi:10.2504/kds.58.163 fatcat:hhszy6nhwrdjvn4qyjckc67jya