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Int J Med Invest 2020, 9(4): 1-12 Back to browse issues page
Hormonal Factors Affecting Teeth Development
Derya Tabakcilar , Dilek Ozge Yilmaz *, Figen Seymen, Koray Gencay
Beykent University, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Pedodontics, Istanbul, Turkey.
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Hormones are one of the main mechanisms that control metabolic events in the human body. Growth
and development are increasing in direct proportion to the regular release of hormones at normal limits.
However, imbalances in the hormonal system affect growth and development negatively.
The purpose of this review is to examine the growth-development status of the patients in pedodontic
and orthodontic treatment planning; acknowledging the dentists about the effects of hormones on
dental and bone development in patients with hormonal disorders, and evaluating these factors in the
light of the published studies released in recent years.
In the light these data reported by these studies, it will be more accurate and reliable when children’s
dentists and pediatricians consider the growth and developmental stages of children during the
dynamic process of accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Keywords: Hormones, Dental development, Odontogenesis, Hormonal factors
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Tabakcilar D, Yilmaz D O, Seymen F, Gencay K. Hormonal Factors Affecting Teeth Development. Int J Med Invest. 2020; 9 (4) :1-12
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