Alterations in odontogenesis and tooth eruption resulting from exposure to hexavalent chromium in suckling animals.

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Summary of "Alterations in odontogenesis and tooth eruption resulting from exposure to hexavalent chromium in suckling animals."

Heavy metals including Cr VI are present in inadequately treated effluents that contaminate drinking water. Hence, Cr VI exposure can affect children through intake of breast milk from an exposed mother or bottle feeding formula prepared with contaminated water. To date, there are no reports on the effects of Cr VI exposure on tooth formation processes concomitant to tooth eruption.


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Name: International journal of paediatric dentistry
ISSN: 1365-263X


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