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Year : 2006  |  Volume : 18  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 75-81

"A Clinical and Radiographic Study of Supernumerary Teeth": Report of Hundred Cases with Review of Literature

Dept. Of Oral Medicine and Radiology, G.D C.H. Ahmedabad, India

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Supernumerary teeth are commonly encountered in our day to day life by the general dentist. Most supernumerary teeth are located in the maxilla with male predilection. Detection of supernumerary teeth is best achieved by thorough clinical and radiographic examination. Their management should form part of a comprehensive treatment plan. This article presents a clinical and radiographic study of hundred cases of supernumerary teeth and an overview of the clinical problems associated with supernumerary teeth.

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