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Dentition Guide       

DENTITION GUIDE or Tooth Eruption Guide or Dentition Decoder or Double-Side Tooth Wheel-Chart Decoder immediately and correctly gives the answers when every primary (also called baby teeth, milk or deciduous teeth) and permanent (adult) teeth form, erupt (sometimes with tooth pain or toothache) and develop (Dentition). At each setting of the wheel All-in-1 information about your child's and adult teeth is provided for quicker and easier references.
 

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The Universal Dentition Guide for Primary and Permanent Teeth provides an all-in-one dental "decoder." The guide consists of two heavy paperboard circles printed with pertinent information joined one atop another in the center. The top circle turns freely over the bottom circle and has a notched "window" that aligns with the data on the circle below it, displaying quick information on hard-tissue formation, enamel formation and completion, root completion, and eruption. The two-sided guide features primary dentition on one side and permanent dentition on the other.
 

This Universal DENTITION GUIDE is a very compact and valuable quick-reference ESSENTIAL for Dentists, Hygienists, Dental Assistants and Dental Students!

The Best Gift for Dental Professionals you Ever Can Get!

It also useful for parents and children who attach importance to a great oral health

Not Available Anywhere Else!

Created by a Dentist!

Dentition Guide, First Edition: All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form

 

Format: Three part Double-Side the Heavy White .028 Paperboard "Secret Decoder Ring"

 

Size: 3-5/8" X 5-1/4" (13.4 cm) in diameter

 

Imprint Description: All surfaces print in 3 colors and covered by mylar coating. The white .028 paperboard has glossy texture to show its High Quality. Long lasting. Exquisitely detailed

 

Copyright 1998 by Dr. Aleksandr Melekhin, DDS, PhD

 

Designed and Imprinted: in the United States of America

 

Price: US $9.99

 
ONE SIDE CONTENTS:
 
Primary Teeth
  • Maxillary (upper) Jaw
  • Mandibular (lower) Jaw
  • Primary Teeth Types
  • Anatomical Teeth Classification
  • Alpha-Numeric Type Teeth Classification (##A-T)
  • Alpha-Numeric/Zaigmondy System (Palmer) Teeth Classification
  • FDI System Teeth (totally digital, 2 digit) Classification
  • Hard Tissue Formation Begins____Weeks, in Utero
  • Amount of Enamel Formed____at Birth
  • Enamel Completed____Months after Birth
  • Eruption____Months
  • Root Completed____Years
 
OPPOSITE SIDE CONTENTS:
 
Permanent Teeth
 
  • Maxillary (upper) Jaw
  • Mandibular (lower) Jaw
  • Primary Teeth Types
  • Anatomical Teeth Classification
  • Alpha-Numeric Type Teeth Classification (##1-32)
  • Alpha-Numeric/Zaigmondy System (Palmer) Teeth Classification
  • FDI System Teeth (totally digital, 2 digit) Classification
  • Hard Tissue Formation Begins____Weeks, in Utero
  • Amount of Enamel Formed____at Birth
  • Amount of Enamel Formed____at Birth
  • Eruption____Months
  • Root Completed____Years
 
Buy Now a DENTITION GUIDE for only $9.99 and learn an easy way when every primary and permanent teeth form, erupt and develop.
 

SOME USEFUL TIPS on the PRIMARY TEETH DEVELOPING

 
  • For every 6 months of life, approximately 4 teeth will erupt
  • Lower teeth usually erupt before upper teeth
  • The teeth in both jaws usually erupt in pairs one on the right and one on the left
  • Primary teeth are smaller and whiter than the permanent teeth that will follow
  • Girls generally go before boys in tooth eruption
  • By the time a child is 2 to 3 years of age, all primary teeth should have erupted
  • Shortly after age 4, the jaw of the child begins to grow, creating spaces between the primary teeth
  • That provides the necessary space for the larger permanent teeth to erupt
  • Between the ages of 6 and 12, a mixture of both primary teeth and permanent teeth (Dentition) exist in the mouth
 

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Aleksandr V. Melekhin, DDS

 

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