tooth attrition

Summary

Summary: The wearing away of a tooth as a result of tooth-to-tooth contact, as in mastication, occurring only on the occlusal, incisal, and proximal surfaces. It is chiefly associated with aging. It is differentiated from TOOTH ABRASION (the pathologic wearing away of the tooth substance by friction, as brushing, bruxism, clenching, and other mechanical causes) and from TOOTH EROSION (the loss of substance caused by chemical action without bacterial action). (Jablonski, Dictionary of Dentistry, 1992, p86)

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  1. Chu F, Yip H, Newsome P, Chow T, Smales R. Restorative management of the worn dentition: I. Aetiology and diagnosis. Dent Update. 2002;29:162-8 pubmed
    ..The series will discuss the relative merits of the treatment strategies, clinical techniques and dental materials for the restoration of health, function and aesthetics for the dentition. ..
  2. Ganss C. Definition of erosion and links to tooth wear. Monogr Oral Sci. 2006;20:9-16 pubmed
    ..The impact of dental erosion on oral health is discussed. However, it can be concluded that in most cases dental erosion is best described as a condition, with the acid being of nonpathological origin. ..
  3. Creugers N, van t Spijker A. Tooth wear and occlusion: friends or foes?. Int J Prosthodont. 2007;20:348-50 pubmed
  4. Young W, Khan F, Brandt R, Savage N, Razek A, Huang Q. Syndromes with salivary dysfunction predispose to tooth wear: Case reports of congenital dysfunction of major salivary glands, Prader-Willi, congenital rubella, and Sjögren's syndromes. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod. 2001;92:38-48 pubmed
    ..Thus, the syndromes, unrelated in many respects, underline the importance of normal salivation in the protection of teeth against tooth wear by erosion, attrition, and abrasion...
  5. van t Spijker A, Rodriguez J, Kreulen C, Bronkhorst E, Bartlett D, Creugers N. Prevalence of tooth wear in adults. Int J Prosthodont. 2009;22:35-42 pubmed
    ..The predicted percentage of adults presenting with severe tooth wear increases from 3% at the age of 20 years to 17% at the age of 70 years. Increasing levels of tooth wear are significantly associated with age. ..
  6. Al Malik M, Holt R, Bedi R, Speight P. Investigation of an index to measure tooth wear in primary teeth. J Dent. 2001;29:103-7 pubmed
    ..It was concluded that clinical assessment of erosion may underestimate the extent of the condition. Under the conditions of the study, photographs gave results similar to those on visual examination. ..
  7. Bartlett D. Retrospective long term monitoring of tooth wear using study models. Br Dent J. 2003;194:211-3; discussion 204 pubmed
    ..Minimal progression of tooth wear was observed on study casts with only 7.3% of surfaces involved. In this sample, tooth wear was a slow, minimally progressive process. ..
  8. Borcic J, Anic I, Urek M, Ferreri S. The prevalence of non-carious cervical lesions in permanent dentition. J Oral Rehabil. 2004;31:117-23 pubmed
    ..The most frequent index level was 1, and the prevalence and severity of the lesions increased with age...
  9. Bardsley P, Taylor S, Milosevic A. Epidemiological studies of tooth wear and dental erosion in 14-year-old children in North West England. Part 1: The relationship with water fluoridation and social deprivation. Br Dent J. 2004;197:413-6; discussion 399 pubmed
    ..Fluoridation and use of fluoridated toothpaste twice a day provide added protection from dental erosion. The risk of tooth wear is greater with increasing affluence. ..

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  1. Taiwo J, Ogunyinka A, Onyeaso C, Dosumu O. Tooth wear in the elderly population in South East Local Government area in Ibadan, Nigeria. Odontostomatol Trop. 2005;28:9-14 pubmed
    ..Common habits such as crushing of bones and chewing of sticks for routine oral hygiene care could be contributing factors to tooth wear in this environment. ..
  2. Bartlett D, Shah P. A critical review of non-carious cervical (wear) lesions and the role of abfraction, erosion, and abrasion. J Dent Res. 2006;85:306-12 pubmed
    ..From the literature, there is little evidence, apart from laboratory studies, to indicate that abfraction exists other than as a hypothetical component of cervical wear. ..
  3. Rafeek R, Marchan S, Eder A, Smith W. Tooth surface loss in adult subjects attending a university dental clinic in Trinidad. Int Dent J. 2006;56:181-6 pubmed
    ..40) and a vegetarian diet (OR=2.79). Tooth surface loss in this Trinidadian population group appears to be common. Data supports an association between TSL and age, reflux parafunction and certain dietary patterns. ..
  4. Bartlett D, Phillips K, Smith B. A difference in perspective--the North American and European interpretations of tooth wear. Int J Prosthodont. 1999;12:401-8 pubmed
    ..The thrust of the European studies supports the view that erosion is more important than attrition in the etiology of tooth wear. ..
  5. Nixon P, Youngson C, Beese A. Tooth surface loss: does recreational drug use contribute?. Clin Oral Investig. 2002;6:128-30 pubmed
    ..05). No other statistically significant differences between the groups were found. Regular use of amphetamine-like drugs could be associated with increased posterior tooth wear. ..
  6. Dawes C. Salivary flow patterns and the health of hard and soft oral tissues. J Am Dent Assoc. 2008;139 Suppl:18S-24S pubmed
    ..This nonsystematic review summarizes the effects of saliva on some of the diseases affecting the hard and soft oral tissues...
  7. Johansson A, Johansson A, Omar R, Carlsson G. Rehabilitation of the worn dentition. J Oral Rehabil. 2008;35:548-66 pubmed publisher
  8. Richards J, Brofeldt B. Patterns of tooth wear associated with methamphetamine use. J Periodontol. 2000;71:1371-4 pubmed
    ..005). Patients who use MAP have distinct patterns of wear based on route of administration. This difference may be explained anatomically. ..
  9. Oginni O, Olusile A. The prevalence, aetiology and clinical appearance of tooth wear: the Nigerian experience. Int Dent J. 2002;52:268-72 pubmed
    ..To establish the prevalence and severity of tooth wear among Nigerians and to compare the pattern and aetiology with findings of earlier studies in Western populations...
  10. Guttal S, Patil N. Cast titanium overlay denture for a geriatric patient with a reduced vertical dimension. Gerodontology. 2005;22:242-5 pubmed
    ..A titanium overlay denture with porcelain facing on the anterior teeth may provide a means of restoring a patient's concerns regarding aesthetics and function. ..
  11. Jász M, Varga G, Toth Z. [Destructive and protective factors in the development of tooth-wear]. Fogorv Sz. 2006;99:223-30 pubmed
    ..For that reason, the dentist should carry out primary and secondary dental care and prevention more often, i.e. dental recall is indispensable every 4-6 months. ..
  12. Olze A, Hertel J, Schulz R, Wierer T, Schmeling A. Radiographic evaluation of Gustafson's criteria for the purpose of forensic age diagnostics. Int J Legal Med. 2012;126:615-21 pubmed publisher
  13. Daoudi M, Radford J. Use of a matrix to form directly applied resin composite to restore worn anterior teeth. Dent Update. 2001;28:512-4 pubmed
    ..This paper describes the use of a vacuum-formed matrix ('suck-down') to shape the directly applied resin composite, avoiding demanding freehand build-ups. ..
  14. Clelland N, Agarwala V, Knobloch L, Seghi R. Relative wear of enamel opposing low-fusing dental porcelain. J Prosthodont. 2003;12:168-75 pubmed
    ..Although the clinical relevance of this testing apparatus may be questioned, the testing method was repeatable. ..
  15. Okura K, Shigemoto S, Suzuki Y, Noguchi N, Omoto K, Abe S, et al. Mandibular movement during sleep bruxism associated with current tooth attrition. J Prosthodont Res. 2017;61:87-95 pubmed publisher
    ..of attrition patterns suggests that mandibular movement in sleep bruxism (SB) may be associated with current tooth attrition. The aim of this study was to confirm this phenomenon by investigating mandibular movement and masseter ..
  16. Stober T, Dreyhaupt J, Lehnung U, Rammelsberg P. Occlusal wear of metal-free ceramic-filled polymer crowns after 2 years in service. Int J Prosthodont. 2008;21:161-5 pubmed
    ..Significant effects of crown location (premolar or molar) on the extent of wear of the occlusal contact areas were found. Ceramic-filled polymer crowns are subject to measurable occlusal wear that exceeds that of natural enamel. ..
  17. Paris J, Ortet S, Larmy A, Brouillet J, Faucher A. Smile esthetics: a methodology for success in a complex case. Eur J Esthet Dent. 2011;6:50-74 pubmed
    ..This type of multidisciplinary treatment, which seems complicated at first, is greatly simplified once time has been spent on the diagnosis and treatment plan: it thereby becomes a succession of clinical stages. ..
  18. Jain V, Mathur V, Kumar A. A preliminary study to find a possible association between occlusal wear and maximum bite force in humans. Acta Odontol Scand. 2013;71:96-101 pubmed publisher
    ..However, no specific relation could be found between bite force and possible etiological factors like history of parafunctional habits, history of use of known abrasive tooth powder, etc. ..
  19. Kim M, Oh S, Kim J, Ju S, Seo D, Jun S, et al. Wear evaluation of the human enamel opposing different Y-TZP dental ceramics and other porcelains. J Dent. 2012;40:979-88 pubmed publisher
    ..The amount of enamel wear was highest in feldspathic porcelains whereas zirconia ceramics caused less wear on the opposing teeth. ..
  20. Greenfield L. Canine tip wear in male and female anthropoids. Am J Phys Anthropol. 1998;107:87-96 pubmed
    ..Sexual dimorphism in mandibular canine morphology and wear and other recently critiqued aspects of the "dual selection hypothesis" (Plavcan and Kelley [1996] Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 99:379-387.) are also discussed. ..
  21. Aw T, Lepe X, Johnson G, Mancl L. Characteristics of noncarious cervical lesions: a clinical investigation. J Am Dent Assoc. 2002;133:725-33 pubmed
    ..Clinical Implications. A knowledge of the NCCL characteristics and etiologic covariables aids in proper case selection for treatment, aids in selection of appropriate treatment protocols and improves assessment of prognosis. ..
  22. Bernhardt O, Gesch D, Schwahn C, Mack F, Meyer G, John U, et al. Epidemiological evaluation of the multifactorial aetiology of abfractions. J Oral Rehabil. 2006;33:17-25 pubmed
    ..This study delivers further evidence for a multifactorial aetiology of abfractions. ..
  23. Young A, Amaechi B, Dugmore C, Holbrook P, Nunn J, Schiffner U, et al. Current erosion indices--flawed or valid? Summary. Clin Oral Investig. 2008;12 Suppl 1:S59-63 pubmed publisher
  24. Nagasawa M, Takano R, Maeda T, Uoshima K. Observation of the bone surrounding an overloaded implant in a novel rat model. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2013;28:109-16 pubmed publisher
    ..These results emphasize the risks associated with immediate loading and overloading. This is the first study to reveal the possibility of bone loss around overloaded implants in the absence of infection using a small animal model. ..
  25. Bartlett D. The implication of laboratory research on tooth wear and erosion. Oral Dis. 2005;11:3-6 pubmed
  26. Rios D, Magalhaes A, Honorio H, Buzalaf M, Lauris J, Machado M. The prevalence of deciduous tooth wear in six-year-old children and its relationship with potential explanatory factors. Oral Health Prev Dent. 2007;5:167-71 pubmed
    ..Further longitudinal studies should be conducted in order to measure the wear in canines and molars in the period close to their replacement by permanent teeth. ..
  27. Arsecularatne J, Hoffman M. On the wear mechanism of human dental enamel. J Mech Behav Biomed Mater. 2010;3:347-56 pubmed publisher
    ..It is shown that, for the considered conditions, fracture under elastic contact is responsible for enamel wear. ..
  28. Wong A, McGrath C, McMillan A. Oral health of southern Chinese children and adolescents with severe hypodontia. Int J Paediatr Dent. 2005;15:256-63 pubmed
    ..However, the increased prevalence of developmental defects of enamel and tooth wear complicates already complex interim and definitive prosthodontic management, and may increase psychosocial impact. ..
  29. Organ J, Ruff C, Teaford M, Nisbett R. Do mandibular cross-sectional properties and dental microwear give similar dietary signals?. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2006;130:501-7 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that dietary consistency significantly affects both mandibular structure and dental microwear, yet direct correlations between the two are complicated by a number of factors. ..
  30. Bartlett D, Ganss C, Lussi A. Basic Erosive Wear Examination (BEWE): a new scoring system for scientific and clinical needs. Clin Oral Investig. 2008;12 Suppl 1:S65-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The BEWE further aims to increase the awareness of tooth erosion amongst clinicians and general dental practitioners and to provide a guide as to its management. ..
  31. Tsiggos N, Tortopidis D, Hatzikyriakos A, Menexes G. Association between self-reported bruxism activity and occurrence of dental attrition, abfraction, and occlusal pits on natural teeth. J Prosthet Dent. 2008;100:41-6 pubmed publisher
    ..It is suggested that, primarily, signs of dental attrition may differentiate self-reported bruxers from nonbruxer subjects. ..
  32. Panek H, Nawrot P, Mazan M, Bielicka B, Sumisławska M, Pomianowski R. Coincidence and awareness of oral parafunctions in college students. Community Dent Health. 2012;29:74-7 pubmed
    ..TMDs were more prevalent in the presence of bruxism than in other oral parafunctions. The studied students revealed various types of oral parafunctions, however most of them were not aware of clenching and grinding their teeth. ..
  33. Rees J. The effect of variation in occlusal loading on the development of abfraction lesions: a finite element study. J Oral Rehabil. 2002;29:188-93 pubmed
    ..It was found that loads applied to the inner aspects of the buccal or the lingual cuspal inclines produced maximum principal stress values of up to 358 MPa that exceed the known failure stresses for enamel. ..
  34. Lusch R. Correcting disclusion utilizing pressed ceramic restorations. Pract Proced Aesthet Dent. 2002;14:729-33 pubmed
  35. Ganss C. How valid are current diagnostic criteria for dental erosion?. Clin Oral Investig. 2008;12 Suppl 1:S41-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Knowledge about the validity of current diagnostic criteria of different forms of tooth wear is incomplete, therefore further research is needed. ..
  36. Kullmer O, Benazzi S, Fiorenza L, Schulz D, Bacso S, Winzen O. Technical note: Occlusal fingerprint analysis: quantification of tooth wear pattern. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2009;139:600-5 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore we suggest that OFA, when further developed, may be useful for identification of behavioral, biological, and chemical factors affecting crown morphology. ..
  37. Knight Sadler J, Fiorenza L. Tooth Wear Inclination in Great Ape Molars. Folia Primatol (Basel). 2017;88:223-236 pubmed publisher
    ..digitized polygon models of dental casts provide a basis for quantitative analysis of wear associated with tooth attrition. In this study, we analyze and compare the wear patterns of Pongo pygmaeus, Gorilla gorillagorilla and Pan ..
  38. Lyons K. Aetiology of abfraction lesions. N Z Dent J. 2001;97:93-8 pubmed
    ..This review concludes that occlusal loading is the initiating factor in the development of abfraction lesions. ..
  39. De Las Casas E, Cornacchia T, Gouvêa P, Cimini C. Abfraction and anisotropy--effects of prism orientation on stress distribution. Comput Methods Biomech Biomed Engin. 2003;6:65-73 pubmed
    ..For all cases included in this study, the detailed description of prism orientation and resulting anisotropy led to improved response in terms of stress distribution, even when loading was horizontal. ..
  40. Sholapurkar A, Joseph R, Varghese J, Neelagiri K, Acharya S, Hegde V, et al. Clinical diagnosis and oral rehabilitation of a patient with amelogenesis imperfecta: a case report. J Contemp Dent Pract. 2008;9:92-8 pubmed
    ..This clinical report describes the fabrication of metal ceramic and all metal crowns for the restoration of severely worn teeth in a patient with AI which requires meticulous maintenance of oral hygiene and patient co-operation. ..
  41. Dennis J, Ungar P, Teaford M, Glander K. Dental topography and molar wear in Alouatta palliata from Costa Rica. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2004;125:152-61 pubmed
    ..Dental topographic analysis may therefore be used to compare morphology among similarly worn individuals from different species...
  42. Al Omiri M, Lamey P, Cooper C, Clifford T. Relationship between personality and satisfaction with the dentition in tooth wear patients. Eur J Prosthodont Restor Dent. 2006;14:179-84 pubmed
    ..The NEO Five Factor inventory was used to assess personal profiles. Tooth wear patients were less satisfied with their dentition, had higher Neuroticism, lower Extraversion, and higher Openness than the controls. ..
  43. Ekfeldt A, Carlsson G. Dental status and oral function in an adult group of subjects with thalidomide embryopathy - a clinical and questionnaire study. Acta Odontol Scand. 2008;66:300-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Tooth wear was related less to use of the teeth as tools and more to dental erosion associated, among other things, with a high rate of regurgitation. ..
  44. Moss H, Toscano N, Holtzclaw D. Recognition and management of odontogenic referred pain. Gen Dent. 2009;57:388-91 pubmed
    ..When a definitive diagnosis cannot be determined, referral may be necessary to provide the best treatment possible. ..
  45. Tomasik M. [Analysis of etiological factors involved in noncarious cervical lesions]. Ann Acad Med Stetin. 2006;52:125-36 pubmed
    ..3. An understanding of the multifactorial nature of tooth wear and risk factors of erosion, abrasion, and ab-fraction is important in the patient's diagnostic protocol and management strategy. ..
  46. Lowe E, Rego J, Rego N. Minimally invasive dentistry combining orthodontic therapy and single-unit restoration. Pract Proced Aesthet Dent. 2008;20:273-8; quiz 279 pubmed
    ..In this presentation, the authors demonstrate the use of orthodontic therapy and careful treatment planning to restore a single central incisor using a minimally invasive approach. ..
  47. Bunn J, Ungar P. Dental topography and diets of four old world monkey species. Am J Primatol. 2009;71:466-77 pubmed publisher
  48. Kaidonis J, Gratiaen J, Bhatia N, Richards L, Townsend G. Tooth wear prevention: a quantitative and qualitative in vitro study. Aust Dent J. 2003;48:15-9 pubmed
    ..This study has shown that enamel wear can be reduced using dry or wet lubricants between opposing teeth that are worn under controlled conditions. Further research is required to clarify their possible clinical applications. ..
  49. Leonard J, Vila C, Fox Dobbs K, Koch P, Wayne R, Van Valkenburgh B. Megafaunal extinctions and the disappearance of a specialized wolf ecomorph. Curr Biol. 2007;17:1146-50 pubmed
    ..Consequently, the survival of the species in North America depended on the presence of more generalized forms elsewhere...
  50. Ghazal M, Kern M. The influence of antagonistic surface roughness on the wear of human enamel and nanofilled composite resin artificial teeth. J Prosthet Dent. 2009;101:342-9 pubmed publisher
    ..In general, human enamel showed less wear than nanofilled composite resin. Surface roughness of the antagonistic ceramic influenced the wear of human enamel more than it affected the wear of composite resin. ..
  51. Maat G. Diet and age-at-death determinations from molar attrition. A review related to the low countries. J Forensic Odontostomatol. 2001;19:18-21 pubmed
    ..This result strongly indicated that molar age-attrition tables should only be used for age-at-death determinations if their application is restricted to a particular cultural period and diet. ..
  52. Sivasithamparam K, Young W, Jirattanasopa V, Priest J, Khan F, Harbrow D, et al. Dental erosion in asthma: a case-control study from south east Queensland. Aust Dent J. 2002;47:298-303 pubmed
    ..The clinical significance is that asthmatics are at risk of dental erosion from extrinsic acid, but GOR does not appear to contribute in a site-specific manner. ..
  53. Zhou C, Yang Z, Feng H. [Short-term and long-term effects of occlusal rehabilitation on the co-contractration patterns of the electromyography of masticatory muscles]. Beijing Da Xue Xue Bao Yi Xue Ban. 2008;40:323-6 pubmed
    ..The treatment of occlusal rehabilitation can significantly improve the bilateral symmetry of masticatory muscles in patients with extensive tooth wear, and also change the coordinated EMG activity of different masticatory muscles. ..
  54. Shrigiriwar M, Jadhav V. Age estimation from physiological changes of teeth by Gustafson's method. Med Sci Law. 2013;53:67-71 pubmed publisher
    ..71x + 16.03 and from this, age of the person was calculated. The average age difference between known and estimated age in this study was found to be ±4.43 years. ..
  55. Abe Y, Sato Y, Taji T, Akagawa Y, Lambrechts P, Vanherle G. An in vitro wear study of posterior denture tooth materials on human enamel. J Oral Rehabil. 2001;28:407-12 pubmed
    ..The lowest compound Ra value was measured in high-strength resin (HR)-enamel pair, and the highest in Po-enamel pair. These findings suggest that the best combination is PMMA-enamel, and the poorest combination is Po-enamel. ..
  56. Tilliss T, Keating J. Understanding and managing dentin hypersensitivity. J Dent Hyg. 2002;76:296-310; quiz 311-3 pubmed
    ..At completion of this course, as measured by a post-test, participants with be prepared to apply the knowledge gained to their evidence-based practice to positively impact the oral health of their clients. ..
  57. LittleStar M, Summitt J. Non-carious cervical lesions: an evidenced-based approach to their diagnosis. Tex Dent J. 2003;120:972-80 pubmed
  58. Lee Thorp J, Sponheimer M. Contributions of biogeochemistry to understanding hominin dietary ecology. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2006;Suppl 43:131-48 pubmed
    ..Nevertheless, we argue that more contextual data from modern ecosystem and experimental studies are needed if we are to fully realize their potential. ..
  59. Toumba J. Tooth surface loss--a challenge to oral health. J Clin Dent. 2006;17:85-7 pubmed
  60. McKeever A, Sutcliffe P. Occlusal variation in the Zuni: a pre-contact North American population. Aust Orthod J. 2013;29:66-75 pubmed
    ..It is suggested that future occlusal studies in ancestral populations would benefit from the use of a standard methodology. ..
  61. van T Spijker A, Kreulen C, Bronkhorst E, Creugers N. Occlusal wear and occlusal condition in a convenience sample of young adults. J Dent. 2015;43:72-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Occlusal conditions such as anterior protected articulation and horizontal overbite seem to have an effect on the progression of occlusal tooth wear in this convenient sample of young adults. ..
  62. Metzler K, Woody R, Miller A, Miller B. In vitro investigation of the wear of human enamel by dental porcelain. J Prosthet Dent. 1999;81:356-64 pubmed
    ..These results suggest an advantage of the new, lower-fusing porcelains in conditions where natural dentition wear is a concern. ..
  63. Magne P, Oh W, Pintado M, DeLong R. Wear of enamel and veneering ceramics after laboratory and chairside finishing procedures. J Prosthet Dent. 1999;82:669-79 pubmed
    ..Defects, brittleness, and the possibly insufficient toughness of LFC may explain its increased abrasiveness. Laboratory and chairside finishing procedures generated similar results. ..
  64. Neiburger E. The evolution of human occlusion--ancient clinical tips for modern dentists. Gen Dent. 2002;50:44-9; quiz 50-1 pubmed
    ..quot; This lack of wear resulted in increased caries, cusp fractures, bruxing, malocclusion, periodontal disease, and TMD. A practical re-creation of ancient dental wear patterns can help to reduce these modern dental diseases. ..
  65. Kumar S, Parmar G, Saiyed H. Nut and tobacco chewing. Br Dent J. 2004;197:292 pubmed
  66. Almas K, Al Wazzan K, Al Hussain I, Al Ahdal K, Khan N. Temporomandibular joint status, occlusal attrition, cervical erosion and facial pain among substance abusers. Odontostomatol Trop. 2007;30:27-33 pubmed
    ..At present there is no data available regarding the temporomandibular joint status, occlusal and cervical tooth wear and facial pain among substance abusers from the Saudi Arabia...
  67. Bhandari S, Pannu K. Dentinogenesis imperfecta: a review and case report of a family over four generations. Indian J Dent Res. 2008;19:357-61 pubmed
    ..Either or both primary and permanent dentition is affected by it. This paper briefly reviews the manifestations of DGI Type II (DGI1) and presents a case report of a family affected with DGI1 over four generations. ..
  68. Eliyas S, Martin N. The management of anterior tooth wear using gold palatal veneers in canine guidance. Br Dent J. 2013;214:291-7 pubmed publisher
    ..This article describes and illustrates with two clinical cases, the management of localised tooth wear, with the restoration of canine guidance by a combination of gold palatal veneers and direct composite restorations. ..
  69. van Foreest A. [Dentition of the older animal]. Tijdschr Diergeneeskd. 2002;127:554-9 pubmed
    ..Periodontal disease is the result of the accumulation of dental plaque and can occur in young animals. Unfortunately, gingivitis or periodontitis is often not diagnosed or diagnosed too late by pet owners and veterinarians. ..
  70. Pérez Pérez A, Espurz V, Bérmudez de Castro J, de Lumley M, Turbón D. Non-occlusal dental microwear variability in a sample of Middle and Late Pleistocene human populations from Europe and the Near East. J Hum Evol. 2003;44:497-513 pubmed
    ..Such a relationship would be indicative of less abrasive dietary habits, perhaps more meat dependent, during warmer periods. ..
  71. Davis M. Tooth surface lesions. J Am Dent Assoc. 2004;135:1674 pubmed
  72. Lerner J. A systematic approach to full-mouth reconstruction of the severely worn dentition. Pract Proced Aesthet Dent. 2008;20:81-7; quiz 88, 121 pubmed
    ..Success in maintaining severe wear cases depends on the development of proper anterior guidance to allow for posterior disclusion within the patient's envelope of function. ..
  73. Daley T, Harbrow D, Kahler B, Young W. The cervical wedge-shaped lesion in teeth: a light and electron microscopic study. Aust Dent J. 2009;54:212-9 pubmed publisher
    ..No histopathological evidence of abfraction was found. Clinical diagnosis, conservation and restoration of non-carious cervical lesions need to take into account the extent of sclerotic dentine beneath wedge-shaped lesions. ..
  74. Lee S, Seymen F, Lee K, Kang H, Yildirim M, Tuna E, et al. Novel WDR72 mutation and cytoplasmic localization. J Dent Res. 2010;89:1378-82 pubmed publisher
    ..Expression of WDR72 fused to green fluorescent protein showed a cytoplasmic localization exclusively and was absent from the nucleus. We conclude that WDR72 is a cytoplasmic protein that is critical for dental enamel formation...
  75. Ey Chmielewska H, Janiszewska Olszowska J, Nocen I, Stepien P, Czajkowska A, Frączak B, et al. Effect of pathological tooth wear on the content of calcium, magnesium, zinc and phosphate in human dentin. Magnes Res. 2011;24:13-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Higher magnesium content in the dentin of human worn teeth may constitute a defence reaction to dentin exposure. ..
  76. Jain V, Mathur V, Abhishek K, Kothari M. Effect of occlusal splint therapy on maximum bite force in individuals with moderate to severe attrition of teeth. J Prosthodont Res. 2012;56:287-92 pubmed publisher
    ..162). It was concluded that maximum bite force increases with restoration of lost vertical using splint therapy. A time period of 8-12 weeks is required to restore the maximum bite force value approximately similar to matched controls. ..
  77. Saunaitis A, Slomski S. Rx for success: teamwork and trust. Creating a winning doctor/technician relationship. Dent Today. 2003;22:86-9 pubmed
  78. Allen P. Use of tooth-coloured restorations in the management of toothwear. Dent Update. 2003;30:550-6 pubmed
    ..Despite this, concern still remains regarding the durability and clinical performance of these restorations. This paper reviews the currently available techniques for providing tooth-coloured restorations in toothwear cases. ..
  79. Chu S, Karabin S, Mistry S. Short tooth syndrome: diagnosis, etiology, and treatment management. J Calif Dent Assoc. 2004;32:143-52 pubmed
    ..The challenge becomes making the correct diagnosis and selecting the appropriate treatment regimen. ..
  80. Seidel J, Colten R, Thibodeau E, Aghajanian J. Iatrogenic molar borings in 18th and early 19th century Native American dentitions. Am J Phys Anthropol. 2005;127:7-12 pubmed
    ..Multiple dental borings indicate that the practice of molar drilling into the pulp chamber was an effective and independent technique used by the Wishram and Wasco people. ..
  81. Rock W, Sabieha A, Evans R. A cephalometric comparison of skulls from the fourteenth, sixteenth and twentieth centuries. Br Dent J. 2006;200:33-7; discussion 25; quiz 50 pubmed
    ..000) in the twentieth century skulls, especially in the anterior cranial fossa. Results suggest that our medieval ancestors had more prominent faces and smaller cranial vaults than modern man. ..
  82. da Cunha M, Puppin Rontani R, Ferracane J, Correr Sobrinho L. In vitro wear evaluation of dental materials in primary teeth. Am J Dent. 2006;19:364-9 pubmed
    ..53) for the wear on enamel besides the restoration and wear on enamel cusps. SEM micrographs showed different surface characteristics of the materials after the wear test. ..
  83. Lin H, Chan C, Yang C, Wu C, Tsai Y, Huang C, et al. Cemental tear: clinical characteristics and its predisposing factors. J Endod. 2011;37:611-8 pubmed publisher
  84. ten Berge F, Te Poel J, Ranjitkar S, Kaidonis J, Lobbezoo F, Hughes T, et al. Determining the direction of tooth grinding: an in vitro study. J Oral Rehabil. 2012;39:576-83 pubmed publisher
    ..1% in Group 1 and 92.9% in Group 2). In conclusion, a simple scratch test can determine the direction of tooth grinding with high reliability, although further improvement in sensitivity is desirable. ..
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    ..It provides a quantifiable method of seriation into "older" and "younger" adult categories, and provides more reliable age interval estimates than cranial sutures in instances where only the skull is available. ..
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