जर्नल ऑफ़ क्लिनिकल डेंटिस्ट्री एंड ओरल हेल्थ


Tooth eruption: Resorption of the overlying alveolar bone

Raj Kumar Jaspal

The eruption is a constant interaction that proceeds all through life and doesn't stop on coming to the occlusal plane. As a rule, the tooth ejects when there is resorption of the overlying alveolar bone so an eruption pathway structures, directed by anatomic designs, organic, synthetic, and sub-atomic go between that outcomes in the development of the tooth through the ejection pathway.