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Konsekwencje oraz postępowanie w przypadku wczesnej utraty pierwszych stałych trzonowców u dzieci

Dorota Jabłonowska
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Katarzyna Reszelewska
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Piotr Smołka
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Forum Ortod 2021; 17 (3): 205-18
Data publikacji online: 2021/11/19
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1. Mathu-Muju KR, Kennedy DB. Loss of Permanent First Molars in the Mixed Dentition: Circumstances Resulting in Extraction and Requiring Orthodontic Management. Pediatr Dent 2016; 38: 46-53.
2. Albadri S, Zaitoun H, McDonnell ST, Davidson LE. Extraction of first permanent molar teeth: results from three dental hospitals. Br Dent J 2007; 203: E14.
3. Schwendicke F, Elhennawy K, Reda S, Bekes K, Manton DJ, Krois J. Global burden of molar incisor hypomineralization. J Dent 2018; 68: 10-8.
4. Vargo RJ, Reddy R, Da Costa WB, Mugayar LRF, Islam MN, Potluri A. Molar-Incisor Malformation: Eight New Cases and a Review of the Literature. Int J Paediatr Dent 2020; 30: 216-24.
5. Lee HS, Kim SH, Kim SO, Lee JH, Choi HJ, Jung HS, Song JS. A new type of dental anomaly: molar-incisor malformation (MIM). Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol 2014; 118: 101-9.
6. Saber AM, Altoukhi DH, Horaib MF, El-Housseiny AA, Alamoudi NM, Sabbagh HJ. Consequences of early extraction of compromised first permanent molar: a systematic review. BMC Oral Health 2018; 18: 59.
7. Çağlaroğlu M, Kilic N, Erdem A. Effects of early unilateral first molar extraction on skeletal asymmetry. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2008; 134: 270-5.
8. Williams JK, Gowans AJ. Hypomineralised first permanent molars and the orthodontist. Eur J Paediatr Dent 2003; 4: 129-32.
9. Spyropoulos ND. Orientation and eruptive patterns of the mandibular second premolar. Oral Surg Oral Med, Oral Pathol 1990; 69: 642-6.
10. Conway M, Petrucci D. Three cases of first permanent molars extractions where extraction of adjacent second deciduous molar is also indicated. Dent Update 2005; 32: 338-42.
11. Telli AE, Aytan S. Changes in the dental arch due to obligatory early extraction of first permanent molars. Turk Ortodonti Derg 1989; 2: 138-43.
12. Teo TKY, Ashley PF, Derrick D. Lower first permanent molars: developing better predictors of spontaneous space closure. Eur J Orthod 2016; 38: 90-5.
13. Teo TKY, Ashley PF, Parekh S, Noar J. The evaluation of spontaneous space closure after the extraction of first permanent molars. Eur Arch Paediatr Dent 2013; 14: 207-12.
14. Jälevik B, Möller M. Evaluation of spontaneous space closure and development of permanent dentition after extraction of hypomineralized permanent first molars. Int J Paediatr Dent 2007; 17: 328-35.
15. Serindere G, Bolgul B, Parlar T, Cosgun A. Effects of first permanent molar extractıon on space changes observed in the dental arch using data mining method. Niger J Clin Pract 2019; 22: 936-42.
16. Rahhal AA. Extraction timing of heavily destructed upper first permanent molars. Open J Stomatol 2014; 4: 161-8.
17. Williams R, Hosila FJ. The effect of different extraction sites upon incisor retraction. Am J Orthod 1976; 69: 388-410.
18. Ay S, Agar U, Biçakçi AA, Köşger HH. Changes in mandibular third molar angle and position after unilateral mandibular first molar extraction. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2006; 129: 36-41.
19. Yavuz I, Baydaş B, Ikbal A, Dağsuyu IM, Ceylan I. Effects of early loss of permanent first molars on the development of third molars. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2006; 130: 634-8.
20. Oliver SJ, Dummer PM, Oliver RG, Hicks R, Addy M, Kingdon A, Shaw WC. The relationship between loss of first permanent molar teeth and the prevalence of caries and restorations in adjacent teeth: a study of 15-16-year-old children. J Dent 1988; 16: 155-9.
21. Richardson A. Spontaneous Changes in the incisor relationship following extraction of lower first permanent molars. Br J Orthod 1979; 6: 85-90.
22. Normando D, Cavacami C. The influence of bilateral lower first permanent molar loss on dentofacial morphology – a cephalometric study. Dent Press J Orthod 2010; 15: 100-6.
23. Halicioglu K, Celikoglu M, Caglaroglu M, Buyuk SK, Akkas I, Sekerci AE. Effects of early bilateral mandibular first molar extraction on condylar and ramal vertical asymmetry. Clin Oral Investig 2013; 17: 1557-61.
24. Gill DS, Lee RT, Tredwin CJ. Treatment planning for the loss of first permanent molars. Dent Update 2001; 28: 304-8.
25. Ekstrand KR, Christiansen J, Christiansen MEC. Time and duration of eruption of first and second permanent molars: a longitudinal investigation. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 2003; 31: 344-50.
26. Cobourne MT, Williams A, Harrison M. National clinical guidelines for the extraction of first permanent molars in children. Br Dent J 2014; 217: 643-8.
27. Crabb JJ, Rock WP. Treatment planning in relation to the first permanent molar. Br Dent J 1971; 131: 396-401.
28. Ong DCV, Bleakley JE. Compromised first permanent molars: an orthodontic perspective. Aust Dent J 2010; 55: 2-14.
29. Thilander B, Skagius S. Orthodontic sequelae of extraction of permanent first molars. A longitudinal study. Rep Congr Eur Orthod Soc 1970; 429-42.
30. Eichenberger M, Erb J, Zwahlen M, Schätzle M. The timing of extraction of non-restorable first permanent molars: a systematic review. Eur J Paediatr Dent 2015; 16: 272-8.
31. Wu M, Chen L, Bawole E, Anthonappa RP, King NM. Is there sufficient evidence to support an optimum time for the extraction of first permanent molars? Eur Arch Paediatr Dent 2017; 18: 155-61.
32. Zandi M, Shokri A, Malekzadeh H, Amini P, Shafiey P. Evaluation of third molar development and its relation to chronological age: a panoramic radiographic study. Oral Maxillofac Surg 2015; 19: 183-9.
33. Rozkovcová E, Dostalova T, Markova M, Broukal Z. The third molar as an age marker in adolescents: new approach to age evaluation. J Forensic Sci 2012; 57: 1323-8.
34. Elsheikh M, Ali A. Planned extraction of first permanent molars during late childhood: A clinical note and mini-review. Dent Oral Craniofac Res 2015; 1: 77-80.
1. Mathu-Muju KR, Kennedy DB. Loss of Permanent First Molars in the Mixed Dentition: Circumstances Resulting in Extraction and Requiring Orthodontic Management. Pediatr Dent 2016; 38: 46-53.
2. Albadri S, Zaitoun H, McDonnell ST, Davidson LE. Extraction of first permanent molar teeth: results from three dental hospitals. Br Dent J 2007; 203: E14.
3. Schwendicke F, Elhennawy K, Reda S, Bekes K, Manton DJ, Krois J. Global burden of molar incisor hypomineralization. J Dent 2018; 68: 10-8.
4. Vargo RJ, Reddy R, Da Costa WB, Mugayar LRF, Islam MN, Potluri A. Molar-Incisor Malformation: Eight New Cases and a Review of the Literature. Int J Paediatr Dent 2020; 30: 216-24.
5. Lee HS, Kim SH, Kim SO, Lee JH, Choi HJ, Jung HS, Song JS. A new type of dental anomaly: molar-incisor malformation (MIM). Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol 2014; 118: 101-9.
6. Saber AM, Altoukhi DH, Horaib MF, El-Housseiny AA, Alamoudi NM, Sabbagh HJ. Consequences of early extraction of compromised first permanent molar: a systematic review. BMC Oral Health 2018; 18: 59.
7. Çağlaroğlu M, Kilic N, Erdem A. Effects of early unilateral first molar extraction on skeletal asymmetry. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2008; 134: 270-5.
8. Williams JK, Gowans AJ. Hypomineralised first permanent molars and the orthodontist. Eur J Paediatr Dent 2003; 4: 129-32.
9. Spyropoulos ND. Orientation and eruptive patterns of the mandibular second premolar. Oral Surg Oral Med, Oral Pathol 1990; 69: 642-6.
10. Conway M, Petrucci D. Three cases of first permanent molars extractions where extraction of adjacent second deciduous molar is also indicated. Dent Update 2005; 32: 338-42.
11. Telli AE, Aytan S. Changes in the dental arch due to obligatory early extraction of first permanent molars. Turk Ortodonti Derg 1989; 2: 138-43.
12. Teo TKY, Ashley PF, Derrick D. Lower first permanent molars: developing better predictors of spontaneous space closure. Eur J Orthod 2016; 38: 90-5.
13. Teo TKY, Ashley PF, Parekh S, Noar J. The evaluation of spontaneous space closure after the extraction of first permanent molars. Eur Arch Paediatr Dent 2013; 14: 207-12.
14. Jälevik B, Möller M. Evaluation of spontaneous space closure and development of permanent dentition after extraction of hypomineralized permanent first molars. Int J Paediatr Dent 2007; 17: 328-35.
15. Serindere G, Bolgul B, Parlar T, Cosgun A. Effects of first permanent molar extractıon on space changes observed in the dental arch using data mining method. Niger J Clin Pract 2019; 22: 936-42.
16. Rahhal AA. Extraction timing of heavily destructed upper first permanent molars. Open J Stomatol 2014; 4: 161-8.
17. Williams R, Hosila FJ. The effect of different extraction sites upon incisor retraction. Am J Orthod 1976; 69: 388-410.
18. Ay S, Agar U, Biçakçi AA, Köşger HH. Changes in mandibular third molar angle and position after unilateral mandibular first molar extraction. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2006; 129: 36-41.
19. Yavuz I, Baydaş B, Ikbal A, Dağsuyu IM, Ceylan I. Effects of early loss of permanent first molars on the development of third molars. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2006; 130: 634-8.
20. Oliver SJ, Dummer PM, Oliver RG, Hicks R, Addy M, Kingdon A, Shaw WC. The relationship between loss of first permanent molar teeth and the prevalence of caries and restorations in adjacent teeth: a study of 15-16-year-old children. J Dent 1988; 16: 155-9.
21. Richardson A. Spontaneous Changes in the incisor relationship following extraction of lower first permanent molars. Br J Orthod 1979; 6: 85-90.
22. Normando D, Cavacami C. The influence of bilateral lower first permanent molar loss on dentofacial morphology – a cephalometric study. Dent Press J Orthod 2010; 15: 100-6.
23. Halicioglu K, Celikoglu M, Caglaroglu M, Buyuk SK, Akkas I, Sekerci AE. Effects of early bilateral mandibular first molar extraction on condylar and ramal vertical asymmetry. Clin Oral Investig 2013; 17: 1557-61.
24. Gill DS, Lee RT, Tredwin CJ. Treatment planning for the loss of first permanent molars. Dent Update 2001; 28: 304-8.
25. Ekstrand KR, Christiansen J, Christiansen MEC. Time and duration of eruption of first and second permanent molars: a longitudinal investigation. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 2003; 31: 344-50.
26. Cobourne MT, Williams A, Harrison M. National clinical guidelines for the extraction of first permanent molars in children. Br Dent J 2014; 217: 643-8.
27. Crabb JJ, Rock WP. Treatment planning in relation to the first permanent molar. Br Dent J 1971; 131: 396-401.
28. Ong DCV, Bleakley JE. Compromised first permanent molars: an orthodontic perspective. Aust Dent J 2010; 55: 2-14.
29. Thilander B, Skagius S. Orthodontic sequelae of extraction of permanent first molars. A longitudinal study. Rep Congr Eur Orthod Soc 1970; 429-42.
30. Eichenberger M, Erb J, Zwahlen M, Schätzle M. The timing of extraction of non-restorable first permanent molars: a systematic review. Eur J Paediatr Dent 2015; 16: 272-8.
31. Wu M, Chen L, Bawole E, Anthonappa RP, King NM. Is there sufficient evidence to support an optimum time for the extraction of first permanent molars? Eur Arch Paediatr Dent 2017; 18: 155-61.
32. Zandi M, Shokri A, Malekzadeh H, Amini P, Shafiey P. Evaluation of third molar development and its relation to chronological age: a panoramic radiographic study. Oral Maxillofac Surg 2015; 19: 183-9.
33. Rozkovcová E, Dostalova T, Markova M, Broukal Z. The third molar as an age marker in adolescents: new approach to age evaluation. J Forensic Sci 2012; 57: 1323-8.
34. Elsheikh M, Ali A. Planned extraction of first permanent molars during late childhood: A clinical note and mini-review. Dent Oral Craniofac Res 2015; 1: 77-80.
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