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335 Possible Causes for Anterior Fontanelle Open in Adults, Supernumerary Teeth

  • Cleidocranial Dysplasia

    This study sought to perform mutational analysis of the RUNX2 gene in an 8-year-old girl with a diagnosis of cleidocranial dysplasia (CCD) without supernumerary teeth (proband[] Clinical examination revealed a unique dental phenotype (no typical supernumerary teeth, but duplication of anterior teeth) in one patient.[] The constant presence of numerous supernumerary teeth poses two orders of problems.[]

  • Pyknodysostosis

    Panoramic radiograph shows multiple impacted permanent and supernumerary teeth. B.[] Crowding of the teeth with multiple impacted supernumerary teeth is the prominent intraoral feature of the disease.[] Panoramic radiograph showed multiple impacted permanent and supernumerary teeth with narrow left ramus, condyle, and condylar notch ( Fig. 3A ).[]

  • Cleft Palate

    Dental anomalies were investigated on panoramic radiographs and categorized as agenesis, supernumerary teeth, incisor rotations, impacted canines and shape anomalies.[] RESULTS: 96.0% of patients presented at least one dental anomaly (agenesis 83.8%, incisor rotations 25.7%, shape anomalies 21.6%, impacted canines 18.9%, supernumerary teeth[]

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  • Supernumerary Teeth

    It is still not understood why supernumerary teeth appear.[] Since, the cause of supernumerary teeth shows considerable heterogeneity, certain findings are less likely to be coincidental, such as five or more supernumerary teeth in[] The majority of the supernumerary teeth were erupted (56.36%, n 31).[]

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  • Gardner Syndrome

    Radiological features • There is presence of unerupted supernumerary teeth in the jaws • Osteomas of the mandible are present 5.[] […] condition Colonic polyps with prominent extraintestinal lesions History / PE : Desmoid tumors Sebaceous or epidermoid cysts Lipomas Osteomas (especially in the mandible) Supernumerary[] Clinical evaluation reveals supernumerary teeth, long-bone osteomas, and increased retinal pigmentation.[]

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  • Abnormalities of Size and Form of Teeth

    Chapter: Diseases of the digestive system Blocks Diseases of oral cavity, salivary glands and jaws Similars K00.0 - Anodontia K00.1 - Supernumerary teeth K00.2 - Abnormalities[] One developmental problem that a child can experience is the formation of supernumerary (extra) teeth. The most common type of supernumerary tooth is the mesiodens.[] […] similar specificity) of 520.2: 520.0 - Anodontia 520.1 - Supernumerary teeth 520.3 - Mottled teeth 520.4 - Disturbances of tooth formation 520.5 - Hereditary disturbances[]

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  • Microdontia

    Incidence: Rather Common Aetiology: Supernumerary teeth and in Facial Hemiatrophy.[] It may occur due to the person having supernumerary teeth or facial hemiatrophy.[]

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  • Anodontia

    Abstract Concomitant hypo-hyperdontia is an uncommon condition of coexistence of partial anodontia and supernumerary teeth. Its etiology is still unknown.[] The supplemental types of supernumerary teeth closely simulate the adjacent teeth. [8] Furthermore, Low reported that conical types of supernumerary teeth are located near[] teeth Fusion of teeth Gemination of teeth Dens evaginatus Dens in dente Dens invaginatus Enamel pearls Macrodontia Microdontia Peg-shaped [conical] teeth Supernumerary roots[]

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  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    Wisdom tooth impaction Macrodontia Meth mouth Microdontia Odontogenic tumors Keratocystic odontogenic tumour Odontoma Dens in dente Open contact Premature eruption Neonatal teeth[] Pulp calcification Pulp stone Pulp canal obliteration Pulp necrosis Pulp polyp Pulpitis Regional odontodysplasia Resorption Shovel-shaped incisors Supernumerary root Taurodontism[]

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  • Gingival Fibromatosis-Progressive Deafness Syndrome

    teeth.[] Few supernumerary teeth were also visible [Figure - 1].[] Our patient has embedded supernumerary teeth, more like Wynne’s case.[]

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