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Bulletin of the International association for paleodontology, Vol.10 No.2 December 2016. -

The last research of calcified tissue like bones and teeth has provided new information with regard to the genetic factors that control the formation of these tissues. The environmental factors like stress, different diet, long range mobility, and health of an individual can be also recorded in the skeleton and teeth. Dentin may be affected by morbid conditions present during development and, like enamel, may be affected by processes after eruption. Dentin dysplasia is one of the congenital disorders of mineralized tooth tissues. It is characterized by dentin abnormality. The pathological conditions affecting teeth have for reconstructing important aspects of the health of past human groups. The aim of the paper was to present the clinical manifestation of dentin dysplasia to get better acquainted with characteristic abnormalities in dentin which can be also used in paleodontology research. Despite many reports and descriptions of cases of patients with dentin dysplasia, etiology, diagnosis and treatment of this disease remain unclear so far but with a help of radiological characteristic image the correct differentiation and recognition is crucial. Another important point is proper and detailed documentation which can be also helpful in the future long term observation.

dentin dysplasia; mineralized tissues disorders; paleodontology

Autor: Ewa Perzanowska - Renata Chałas - ; Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics, Medical University of Lublin, Poland



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