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30 Management of the developing dentition (a) (b) Fig. 27 (a) In this patient all four deciduous canines were extracted to relieve the labial segment crowding; (b) note how the periodontal condition of the lower right central incisor has improved 6 months later. • In a crowded lower labial segment one incisor may be pushed through the labial plate of bone, resulting in a compromised labial periodontal attachment. Relief of crowding by extraction of the lower deciduous canines usually results in the lower incisor moving back into the arch and improving periodontal support (Fig.
Central incisors 3–4 7–8 Max. lateral incisors 10–12 8–9 4–5 11–12 Max. first premolars 18–21 10–11 Max. second premolars 24–27 10–12 Max. first molars Around birth Max. second molars 30–36 12–13 Max. third molars 84–108 17–25 Max. canines Root development complete 2–3 years after eruption. 5–6 5–6 19 Normal dental development The upper permanent incisors also develop lingual to their predecessors. Additional space is gained to accommodate their greater width because they erupt onto a wider arc and are more proclined than the primary incisors.
8 First permanent molars of poor long-term prognosis Fig. 21 Displacement of 1/1 caused by two erupted conical supernumerary teeth. The integrity of the first permanent molars is often compromised due to caries and/or hypoplasia secondary to a childhood illness. Treatment planning for a child with poor-quality first permanent molars is always difficult because several competing factors have to be considered before a decision can be reached for a particular individual. First permanent molars are never the first tooth of choice for extraction as their position within the arch means that little space is provided anteriorly for relief of crowding or correction of the incisor relationship unless appliances are used.