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Dentin dysplasia type I — case study

Agnieszka Kobus, Marlena Świsłocka, Anna Kierklo, Jan Borys, Emilia Domel, Janusz Różycki, Sławomir Ławicki, Joanna Bagińska
DOI: 10.5603/FM.a2019.0012
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Pubmed: 30687910

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CASE REPORTS
Published online: 2019-01-24
Submitted: 2018-11-13
Accepted: 2019-01-10

Abstract

This paper describes a rare case of genetic origin dentin dysplasia type I in 26-year old male patient. The paper highlights anatomical and radiological aspects of dental abnormalities and emphasizes the significance of the education of both general practitioners and paediatricians as regards referring patients with diagnosed dentin dysplasia for a multi-specialty therapy.

Abstract

This paper describes a rare case of genetic origin dentin dysplasia type I in 26-year old male patient. The paper highlights anatomical and radiological aspects of dental abnormalities and emphasizes the significance of the education of both general practitioners and paediatricians as regards referring patients with diagnosed dentin dysplasia for a multi-specialty therapy.

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Keywords

dental abnormalities, dentin dysplasia, pulp obliteration, computed tomography

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Title

Dentin dysplasia type I — case study

Journal

Folia Morphologica

Issue

Ahead of Print

Published online

2019-01-24

DOI

10.5603/FM.a2019.0012

Pubmed

30687910

Keywords

dental abnormalities
dentin dysplasia
pulp obliteration
computed tomography

Authors

Agnieszka Kobus
Marlena Świsłocka
Anna Kierklo
Jan Borys
Emilia Domel
Janusz Różycki
Sławomir Ławicki
Joanna Bagińska

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