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WHAT BABYS TEETH

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Dentist Aleksandr Melekhin

From the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA dental office of:

Dr. Aleksandr Melekhin DDS, Ph.D, MSD

Author, "Sports Drink and American Smile" - How to Protect Yourself from "Teeth Dissolving" Sports Drink - Dentist Recommended

Dr. Melekhin's Resume excerpt: "35+ years of General Dentist experience along with MSD and Ph.D degrees in Dentistry"

 
Dear Friend,  
   
Excellent dental care begins with knowledge of the teeth, particularly the baby teeth coming in, and communication with your dentist.

It is very helpful to get onto your problem. Unfortunately, some difficulties arising from misunderstanding between the dentist and the patient.

Figure out follow situation. The patient is complaining of toothache.  The dentist recognizes a troubled tooth and could describe this tooth by four different ways, for example:

1. The Maxillary Right Permanent Lateral Incisor - Anatomical Teeth Classification

2. The Tooth # 7 - Universal/National Tooth Numbering System and/or Universal Tooth Coding System - is used widely in the USA

3. The Tooth  # 2I - Palmer Notation/Zsigmondy system - is used by orthodontists in the USA, practitioners in the United Kingdom, dentists in East Europe

4. The Tooth # 12 - FDI Numbering System - is used worldwide

If the patient understands this information, it is a right direction to make good relations with the dentist. If not, he/she is in the way of frustration.

 

No doubt dentists, in speech or writing, utilize several

 

CODE-MAKING SYSTEMS to Identify a Specific Tooth


Universal/National Tooth Numbering  System:

"A system that assigns a unique number (from 1-32) to permanent teeth, and a unique letter (A-T) for primary teeth."

~American Dental Association (ADA), CDT 2011-2012

Universal Tooth Coding System:

"A tooth-numbering system in which the secondary teeth are numbered from 1 (the maxillary right third molar) to 32 (the mandibular right third molar). The primary teeth are similarly numbered from 1 to 20, with the numbers preceded by the letter D (for deciduous). The universal tooth coding system is similar to the ADA numbering system, except that the latter uses the letters A to T to identify the deciduous teeth."

~Mosby's Medical Dictionary, 8th edition. © 2009, Elsevier


numbering system | universal tooth coding system

Without question patients should use
 

CODE-BREAKING INFO to Recognize Their Problems and Symptoms

 

Da Vinci Code | Mona Lisa

Such Dental Information Product, revolutionary Code-Breaking DEVICE was invented by Dr. Aleksandr Melekhin DDS, inspired by Da Vinci Code, designed as a Wheel Decoder, and named

DENTITION GUIDE

 About What Babys Teeth - Very Simple and Easy to Use!


Testimonial:

"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, and eruption. The two-sided guide features primary dentition on one side and permanent dentition on the other."

~Dental Products Report, January 2007, p. 42; ~Dental Products Report, November 2008, p. 85


 

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It is Absolutely Necessary to take control of your oral health!

The UNIVERSAL DENTITION GUIDE immediately and correctly gives any answers about the teeth, particularly the baby teeth coming in: when every 20 primary (also called baby teeth, milk or deciduous teeth) and 32 permanent (adult) teeth form, erupt (sometimes with tooth pain or toothache) and develop (Dentition).

At each setting of the Wheel Decoder All-in-1 information about your child's and adult teeth is provided for quicker and easier references.

   

This UNIVERSAL DENTITION GUIDE is a very compact and valuable quick-reference USEFUL for both KIDS and their PARENTS

And the answer is right here!


DENTITION GUIDE, First Edition:

Contents

  • Format:
  • Three part Double-Side the Heavy White .028 Paperboard Wheel Decoder, "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
  • All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form

  • Designed and Imprinted:
  • in the United States of America

  • Instructions:
  • Turn of a decoding wheel to set desired TOOTH, then read its GUIDELINES in the windows

  • Price:
  • US $9.99


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Also ESSENTIAL for Dentists, Hygienists, Dental Assistants, and Dental Students!

Chronology of the human dentition ( Hard Tissue Formation*Amount of Enamel Formed*, Enamel Completed*) is very important because dental professionals would be able to explain to the parents the early stages of tooth mineralization.

 
Depending on the stage of tooth Eruption* and Root Completed*, dentist or endodontist may start root canal treatment.

Reference: *  "Dentistry for the Child and Adolescent"  Mosby; 5th edition (March 1988), 949 pages;  pp.190 - 191 by Ralph E. McDonald DDS MS LLD, David R. Avery DDS MSD

   

Testimonial:

"Dr. Melekhin was kind enough to give me the Dental Decoder to use in my office. As an academician as well as a private practitioner, I can say that the Dental Decoder is a valuable tool for any dentist to use in the office as well as excellent learning tool for dental students. The Dental Decoder allows anyone, a dental professional or even a parent, to quickly and clearly see normal dental development and eruption timing for any tooth in the mouth. This information is really available and easy to understand. We use ours at the office whenever there is a question in regard to a patient's dental development. I think Dr. Melekhin's Dental Decoder, if marketed correctly, will be one of your most popular 'dental resource' products. I would confidently recommend the Dental Decoder to my colleagues and students and I am sure they will find it to be as valuable as I have. If you have any question regarding my experience with Dental Decoder, Please feel free to contact me."

~Harold Middleberg, DMD, December 15, 2010


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This is a MUST HAVE for any Dentists, Hygienists, Dental Assistants, and Dental Students!

Created by a Dentist to Dentists!

The UNIVERSAL DENTITION GUIDE contains a huge amount of valuable information in compact form regarding what babys teeth and  development of the teeth!

 

All 3-in-1 DENTAL NOTATION SYSTEMS are included!

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ONE SIDE CONTENTS:

Primary Teeth

  • Maxillary (upper) Jaw
  • Mandibular (lower) Jaw
  • Primary Teeth Types
  • Anatomical Teeth Classification
  • Universal/National Tooth Numbering System (##A-T)
  • Palmer Notation
  • FDI Numbering System  
  • Hard Tissue Formation Begins____Weeks, in Utero
  • Amount of Enamel Formed____at Birth
  • Enamel Completed____Months after Birth
  • Eruption____Months
  • Root Completed____Years

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USEFUL TIPS on the PRIMARY DENTITION and WHAT BABYS TEETH

  • 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

Palmer notation | Zsigmondy system


Palmer Notation:

"A system for designating teeth in which the mouth is divided into quadrants indicated by a right-angle symbol oriented right or left and up or down. The teeth in each quadrant are numbered from 1 to 8, starting with the central incisor and ending with the third molar. The system is no longer in general use."

Zsigmondy system:

The permanent teeth were numbered 1 to 8, and the  primary teeth were depicted with a quadrant grid using Roman numerals I, II, III, IV, V to number the teeth from the midline. Palmer changed this to A, B, C, D, E.

~Mosby's Medical Dictionary, 8th edition. © 2009, Elsevier

 


  • 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

OPPOSITE SIDE CONTENTS:

PERMANENT TEETH

  • Maxillary (upper) Jaw
  • Mandibular (lower) Jaw
  • Permanent Teeth Types
  • Anatomical Teeth Classification
  • Universal/National Tooth Numbering System/Universal Tooth Coding System (##1-32)
  • Palmer Notation/Zsigmondy system
  • FDI Numbering System
  • Hard Tissue Formation Begins____Month/Years
  • Amount of Enamel Formed____at Birth
  • Enamel Completed____Years
  • Eruption____Years
  • Root Completed____Years

   

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USEFUL TIPS on the PERMANENT DENTITION and REPLACEMENT of THE BABY TEETH COMING

The adult mouth contains 32 (4 x 8) permanent teeth:
  • 4 central incisors
  • 4 lateral incisors
  • 4 cuspids (canine or eye teeth)
  • 4 first bicuspids (first premolars)
  • 4 second bicuspids (second premolars)
  • 4 first molars (6-year molars)
  • 4 second molars (12-year molars)
  • 4 third molars (wisdom teeth)
Permanent teeth are used for:
  • Biting and tearing. The central and lateral incisors are used for biting and cutting. The cuspids (canine teeth) are primarily used for tearing food.
  • Grinding and crushing. The bicuspids (premolars), molars, (including wisdom teeth) are primarily used for chewing and grinding food.

FDI Numbering System


FDI Numbering System:

"Etymology: Fr, Féderation Dentaire Internationale

An internationally used two-digit system for identifying and referring to teeth, established through the FDI, headquartered in Paris, France."

~Mosby's Medical Dictionary, 8th edition. © 2009, Elsevier


Internal Structure of Permanent Teeth

Each tooth consists of three main parts - the crown, the neck and root.

  • The crown is the visible part of the tooth; it is the portion that lies above the gum tissue. A protective layer called enamel covers the crown.
  • The neck is the area of the tooth between the crown and the root.
  • The root is the portion of the tooth that extends through the gum and into the bone of the jaw.

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Dr. Aleksandr Melekhin DDS, Ph.D, MSD

 
   

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