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Synonyms for teeth

the kind and number and arrangement of teeth (collectively) in a person or animal

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Additional unusual dental findings such as single-rooted funnel-shaped molars, reduced crown size, enamel hypoplasia, supernumerary teeth, dental fusion, dysmorphic roots, taurodontism, abnormal occlusal anatomy with wide grooves, and atypical cusps have been reported in most previous cases of the Ellis-van Creveld syndrome.
After supernumerary teeth, the most frequently observed anomalies were as follows; molar-incisor hypomineralization (0.
Common symptoms of CCD include hypoplasia or aplasia of the clavicles, delayed or even absent closure of fontanels, midface hypoplasia, short stature, delayed eruption or impaction of permanent and supernumerary teeth, as well as other skeletal malformations, such as wide pubic symphysis, brachycephalic skull, and abnormal mandibular ramus and coronoid process.
A descriptive study of 113 unerupted supernumerary teeth in 79 pediatric patients in Barcelona.
Children having missing teeth due to caries and healthy children with no systematic diseases were included in our study while children with missing and decayed tooth due to trauma or some other reasons and not due to caries, congenitally missing and supernumerary teeth, un-erupted teeth were excluded
Radiological findings of supernumerary teeth, brachycephalic skull, saggital suture separation, hypoplastic or aplastic clavicles and pelvic malformations along with genetic mapping confirm the diagnosis.
Multiple supernumerary teeth in the maxillary canine and mandibular premolar regions: a case in the post-permanent dentition.
11) Supernumerary teeth may occur singly, multiply, unilaterally, bilaterally, in 1 jaw, or in both jaws.
Tooth impaction can originate from numerous localized etiological factors, including ectopic tooth development or eruption, thick mucosal or bony barriers, premature apical closure, unfavorable tooth rotation, altered eruption sequence, premature loss of a deciduous tooth, retained or ankylosed deciduous teeth, presence of supernumerary teeth or a cyst, insufficient space in the dental arch, or as a sequelae of oral trauma [2].
5 mm with recorded masticatory and speech difficulties 4-c Anterior or posterior crossbites with greater than 2 mm discrepancy between retruded contact position and intercuspal position 4-l Posterior lingual crossbite with no functional occlusal contact in one segment or both buccal segments 4-d Severe contact point displacements greater than 4 mm 4-e Extreme lateral or anterior open bites greater than 4 mm 4-f Increased and complete overbite with gingival or palatal trauma 4-t Partially erupted teeth, tipped and impacted against adjacent teeth 4-x Presence of supernumerary teeth Grade 3 (moderate/borderline need) 3-a Increased overjet greater than 3.
Tumors and supernumerary teeth may impede the course of eruption.
Supernumerary teeth essentially are extra teeth that sometimes emerge among regular teeth.
The most common of the supernumerary teeth in humans are mesiodentes, which arise in the midline of the maxilla between the central incisors.