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SUPPLEMENTAL PERMANENT MAXILLARY LATERAL INCISORS(DOUBLE LATERAL INCISORS) : CASE REPORT
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SUPPLEMENTAL PERMANENT MAXILLARY LATERAL INCISORS(DOUBLE LATERAL INCISORS) : CASE REPORT
Jung, Mi-Sang; Hyun, Hong-Keun; Kim, Young-Jae; Jang, Ki-Taeg; Lee, Sang-Hoon; Kim, Chong-Chul; Hahn, Se-Hyun; Kim, Jung-Wook;
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 Abstract
Supernumerary teeth are in excess of the normal number of teeth in either the primary or permanent dentitions. They are classified into supplemental teeth resembling those of the normal series and rudimentary teeth with abnormal shapes, according to their form. Most of the supernumerary teeth are rudimentary form, and supplemental teeth are much less common. Sulppemental teeth are most common in the permanent maxillary lateral incisor area and clinicians should be careful with differential diagnosis from normal teeth. Unerupted supernumerary teeth may produce several complications such as delayed eruption, displacement of permanent teeth, diastema, root resorption and cyst formation. Early detection and proper treatment plan according to the tooth alignment and root formation stage are important. Here we report 3 cases of unilateral or bilateral normal incisor shaped supernumerary lateral incisors treated by eruption observation, surgical extraction and orthodontic treatment with resin build-up.
 Keywords
Supernumerary teeth;Supplementary teeth;Maxillary lateral incisor;
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Korean
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