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Published online: 2016-08-24
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Dens invagination and root dilaceration in double multilobed mesiodentes in 14-year-old patient with anorexia nervosa

J. Bagińska, E. Rodakowska, Sz. Piszczatowski, A. Kierklo, E. Duraj, J. Konstantynowicz
DOI: 10.5603/FM.a2016.0046
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Pubmed: 27665961
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Folia Morphol 2017;76(1):128-133.

open access

Vol 76, No 1 (2017)
CASE REPORTS
Published online: 2016-08-24
Submitted: 2016-06-16
Accepted: 2016-08-01

Abstract

This paper describes a rare case of erupted double supernumerary teeth with unusual morphology in a 14-year-old patient with an eating disorder. The coexistence of dental morphological anomalies: multilobed mesiodens, multiple dens in dente of different types and root dilaceration have not been previously reported. The paper highlights anatomical and radiological aspects of dental abnormalities and clinical implications of delayed treatment.

Abstract

This paper describes a rare case of erupted double supernumerary teeth with unusual morphology in a 14-year-old patient with an eating disorder. The coexistence of dental morphological anomalies: multilobed mesiodens, multiple dens in dente of different types and root dilaceration have not been previously reported. The paper highlights anatomical and radiological aspects of dental abnormalities and clinical implications of delayed treatment.

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Keywords

supernumerary teeth, mesiodens, dens in dente, root dilacerations, computed tomography

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Title

Dens invagination and root dilaceration in double multilobed mesiodentes in 14-year-old patient with anorexia nervosa

Journal

Folia Morphologica

Issue

Vol 76, No 1 (2017)

Pages

128-133

Published online

2016-08-24

DOI

10.5603/FM.a2016.0046

Pubmed

27665961

Bibliographic record

Folia Morphol 2017;76(1):128-133.

Keywords

supernumerary teeth
mesiodens
dens in dente
root dilacerations
computed tomography

Authors

J. Bagińska
E. Rodakowska
Sz. Piszczatowski
A. Kierklo
E. Duraj
J. Konstantynowicz

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