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In contrast, only 5 (25%) of the control group were seen to have a dental anomaly, which was a statistically significant difference (P=0.
Dens Invaginatus (DI) is a dental anomaly which results from invagination of enamel organ into dental papilla, beginning at the crown and sometimes extending into the root before calcification.
Labial talon cusp on maxillary central incisors: a rare developmental dental anomaly.
7 The orthodontic implication of this dental anomaly beside preventing the canines to erupt spontaneously, in a significant number of cases, could lead to root resorption of neighboring teeth and cyst formation.
One form of dental anomaly frequently observed is supernumerary teeth.
Regional odontodysplasia: a unique dental anomaly with an insight into its possible etiologic factors.
Another dilemma is recognition of the dental anomaly and what, if any, dental treatment might be indicated.
Hypodontia was the most prevalent dental anomaly occurring in 37 (7.
Talon Cusps : a dental anomaly in the Rubinstein--Taybi syndrome.
While patients having poor oral hygiene or those who were suffering from any systemic disease, malocclusion, or any other dental anomaly were excluded from the study.