HC Teeth Anomalies

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Being well versed in dental anomalies can help clinicians determine appropriate management and treatment strategies. Tooth agenesis is the lack of development of one or more teeth, and is one of the most common dental anomalies. 3 Hypodontia is the absence of one or more teeth.
Such abnormal tooth shapes commonly occur as supernumerary teeth. Congenital anomalies are more commonly found in the size and shape of the teeth. Distinct abnormalities of the tooth shape are evident on both the crown and the root.
Tooth agenesis is the lack of development of one or more teeth, and is one of the most common dental anomalies. 3 Hypodontia is the absence of one or more teeth. Oligodontia refers to the missing of six or more teeth, while anodontia is the complete absence of teeth.

HC Teeth Anomalies



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