Bone resorption

What is Bone resorption?

The removal of osseous tissue by osteoclasts; can be part of the normal balance of bone resorption and deposition or part of a pathologic process.

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I was wondering if missing teeth (incisors on bottom row) could affect jaw/chin size? Reason I ask is it seems that my chin has grown...

doctor1 MD

Thanks for your query, I have gone through your query.
The size of the jaw or chin is not determined by the teeth. The jaw size determines the...

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hey, i recently been having a bad tooth ache in my one of my bottom row back teeth very bad and i thought it was due to a bad cavity that was...

doctor1 MD

hello i understood ur problem,generally u will have 3 layers enamel dentin pulp,if cavity enters in to pulp then we will severe pain ,so we should...

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What aew the symptoms and problems associated with Charcot's disorder of the foot as it advances. I have lost 5 teeth in the last 3...

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Charcots foot is :- Progressive degeneration of a weight bearing joint, a process marked by bony destruction,...

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