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A correlation has been determined between the presence of denticles and the enamel pearls, taurodontism, dilaceratio and crooked roots [5].
The enamel pearl is defined as an ectopic globule of enamel that is often connected to coronal enamel by a CEP.
Anatomic aberrances like palatoradicular grooves, cervical enamel projection, enamel pearls, cysts, foreign bodies, palatal rugae, etc.
This phenomenon was supported by structure analysis revealing that CEPs and enamel pearls have characteristics of enamel including enamel rods, striae of Retzius, Hunter-Schreger bands, and areas of prism-free enamel.
Enamel pearls were associated with localized periodontitis in some case reports.