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Non-Syndromic Impacted Supernumerary Teeth–A Case Report


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1 Pediatric Dentist, No 20, school road, venkateshwara nagar east phase, kodungaiyur, Chennai-600118, India
     

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Presence Of Impacted Supernumerary Teeth Is Quite Common Clinical Phenomenon. However, Failure Of Eruption Of Permanent Teeth May Be Attributed To Some Local And Systemic Factors. In General, Systemic Factors Are Responsible For Eruption Failure Of Multiple Teeth Whereas The Local Causes Tend To Affect One Or Few Teeth. In This Article, We Describe A Case Of Impacted Permanent Teeth And Supernumerary Teeth In A 13-yearold Boy Without Any Syndrome.

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Non Syndromic, Supernumerary Teeth, Permanent Dentition.
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Divya Subramanyam
Pediatric Dentist, No 20, school road, venkateshwara nagar east phase, kodungaiyur, Chennai-600118, India

Abstract


Presence Of Impacted Supernumerary Teeth Is Quite Common Clinical Phenomenon. However, Failure Of Eruption Of Permanent Teeth May Be Attributed To Some Local And Systemic Factors. In General, Systemic Factors Are Responsible For Eruption Failure Of Multiple Teeth Whereas The Local Causes Tend To Affect One Or Few Teeth. In This Article, We Describe A Case Of Impacted Permanent Teeth And Supernumerary Teeth In A 13-yearold Boy Without Any Syndrome.

Keywords


Non Syndromic, Supernumerary Teeth, Permanent Dentition.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v10%2Fi12%2F2019%2Fijphrd%2F192064