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Orthodontic Treatment of a Child with Short Root Anomaly : a Case Report
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Orthodontic Treatment of a Child with Short Root Anomaly : a Case Report
Lee, Jeongeun; Lee, Jewoo; Shin, Gayoung; An, Soyoun; Song, Jihyun; Ra, Jiyoung;
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Short root anomaly (SRA) is very rare, but can be problematic for physicians because patients with SRA are more vulnerable to root resorption with orthodontic forces. During the mixed dentition period, it may be difficult to diagnose generalized SRA. This article reports the treatment of an orthodontic patient with SRA at the early mixed dentition stage. Despite local tooth loss, a relatively favorable outcome was obtained without excessive root resorption. Ultimately, orthodontic therapy is possible for patients with generalized SRA, but precautions should be taken to avoid complications, such as tooth loss or root resorption.
Short root anomaly;Mixed dentition;Orthodontic treatment;Root resorption;Tooth loss;
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