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11 Possible Causes for Conical-Shaped Teeth, No Pubic Hair, No Tooth Problem

  • Hidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia

    Figure 3: Teeth are reduced in number and are conical in shape. Figure 4: Panoramic radiograph shows eight erupted teeth of primary dentition and eight tooth buds. 3.[] : absent eyebrows short, thin, sparse, pale scalp hair short, sparse eyelashes sparse axillary and pubic hair Clinical features from OMIM: 601375 Human phenotypes related[] Teeth in the anterior region of maxilla and mandible were conical shaped. [10] In the absence of teeth, the alveolar process does not develop much, resulting in reduction[]

  • Spondyloepimetaphyseal Dysplasia-Hypotrichosis Syndrome

    teeth, and facial abnormalities. anteroposterior facial dysplasia defective development resulting in abnormal anteroposterior relations of the maxilla and mandible to each[] However, the hairs did not show any structural alterations (at the light microscopy level). Axillary and pubic hair was scanty.[] […] ectodermal dysplasia an inherited disorder characterized by ectodermal dysplasia associated with aplasia or hypoplasia of the sweat glands, hypothermia, alopecia, anodontia, conical[]

  • Hypotrichosis 7

    The teeth may be absent or few in number, and characteristically the canines and incisors are conical shaped.[] Female Hairline Restoration Hair transplantation in pubic hypotrichosis Normal pubic hair consists of 1- hair FU.[] Eyebrows, eyelashes, axillary hair, pubic hair and body hair were sparse-to-absent in the affected individuals (Fig. 2).[]

  • Ectodermal Dysplasia

    […] with ectodermal dysplasia (ED) include complete or partial hypodontia, anodontia, loss of vertical dimension of occlusion, protuberant lips, malformed and widely spaced conical-shaped[] After puberty, male patterns of hair growth (e.g., moustache and beard) can be normal, while in other cases, facial and pubic hair growth may be sparse.[] , skin peeling, hypopigmentation, hyperpigmentation, finger and nail deformities, conical teeth anomalies, abnormal tooth root formation, tooth resorption in the root, gingivitis[]

  • SHORT Syndrome

    The primary teeth show normal shape, size, pulp chamber, resorption pattern, enamel, and dentin translucency.[] They have very little armpit and pubic hair. At puberty, female sex characteristics (such as breasts) develop.[] Due to the small size of the mouth in some girls with Turner syndrome, regular dental checks are advised to manage problems with tooth abnormalities.[]

  • Anodontia

    […] the midline and have root formation chronologically matching the teeth of the region. [4] The distinct conical shape with no resemblance to the adjacent teeth and root formation[] The young female patient should also be able to menstruate and the males demonstrate changes from testosterone (eg. shaving, pubic hair, change in voice).[] In dentistry, artificial tooth implants represent a common solution to tooth loss problems; however, molecular dentistry offers promising solutions for the future.[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Nail Dysplasia

    They both had partial adontia, conical peg-shaped teeth, fine hair that did not grow long, normal sweating, eversion of lips, and pronounced facial similarity.[] […] involving entire scalp and body including eyebrows, eyelashes, axillary, and pubic regions.[] […] most significant clinical problem.[]

  • Ectodermal Dysplasia Type 5 Hair Nail

    FIGURE 1 Conical shaped teeth, inferior removable prosthetic rehabilitation, sparse hair and sunglasses due to photophobia.[] , eyelashes, axillary hair, and pubic hair.[] No other medical problems have been noted in patients affected by “tooth and nail” syndrome. Intelligence is normal.[]

  • Dermo-Odonto Dysplasia

    Oral symptoms of ED include multiple tooth abnormalities (such as hypodontia, anadontia, impacted teeth, and peg-shaped or conical anterior teeth) and lack of normal alveolar[] After puberty, male patterns of hair growth (e.g., moustache and beard) can be normal, while in other cases, facial and pubic hair growth may be sparse.[] An important gene associated with Dermoodontodysplasia is ECTD8 (Ectodermal Dysplasia 8, Hair/Tooth/Nail Type).[]

  • Hay-Wells Syndrome

    AEC Syndrome is a Rare Genetic Condition Characterized by Teeth Missing (hypodontia) Conical shaped teeth Sweat Glands A reduced ability to sweat (hypohidrosis) Skin Fragile[] […] was easily breakable, nails were dysplastic, hair at the lateral side of the eyebrows, eyelids, axilla and pubic region were sparse and there was hypodontia (19 teeth) with[] These may include cavities and tooth loss.[]

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