Tooth Formation Written Assignment
Up to four pages long describing the development of the tooth (odontogenesis), from initiation to eruption.
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Running Head: TOOTH DEVELOPMENT
Tooth development is an activity that takes place in stages with closely related activities.
Some disturbances are experienced at each stage that affects the physiological process from
taking place. Tooth development and their natural alignment in the jaw are referred to as the
dentitions which have both primary and permanent dentitions. Primary dentition develops in the
prenatal period which consists of 20 teeth that are later shed off. Through the shedding off of the
primary teeth, the jaw matures and grows to allow the growth of the permanent teeth that
gradually develop to consist of 32 teeth for an adult (Hillson, 2014). Odontogenesis has no
definite time when it starts or ends, but the stages show different events are involved in
Initiation stage is the first that starts in the 6 to 7 weeks in the prenatal development
where primary dentition begins. At first, the mouth of the embryo is lined with ectoderm where
towards the late of the seventh week, the oral epithelium grows to produce dental lamina that
forms in the midline of both arches as they continuously develop (Koch et al., 2017).
The second stage is the bud stage which begins at the eighth week of prenatal
development. The stage is characterized by the presence of tooth buds without the prec...