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Supernumerary teeth


Supernumerary teeth can occur anywhere in the mouth, but is especially common in the maxillary mouth segment. They are usually classified by their shape, as additional, conical or tuberculate. Reference teeth are like a regular series found that in the area of the mouth is often very difficult to determine what is freelance tooth. Conical supernumerary teeth have tapered crowns and are usually in the maxillary mouth segment; they sometimes inverted and can be impacted, more or less indefinitely. background and conical teeth rarely interfere teething normal series. If abnormal teeth cut teeth are usually crowded and the removal of teeth, with or without the use of therapy will be needed to ensure the alignment of the remaining teeth.

Tuberculate supernumerary teeth that occur palatal developing maxillary incisors, as a rule, the Central incisors, it seems, to prevent the eruption of development of permanent teeth. It is very important that the presence of these teeth are recognized at an early age.

In unerupted tuberculate supernumerary teeth need to be removed surgically, as soon as possible. It is not necessary to disclose unerupted permanent incisors; - periosteal flap must be replaced and cutters left to erupt spontaneously. This is achieved through early diagnosis-if detected early, surgical removal tuberculate supernumerary teeth will allow spontaneous eruption of permanent incisors. If found later, the removal of abnormal teeth, less likely, as a result of spontaneous eruption of Central incisors. Their subsequent surgical treatment, then orthodontic alignment, produces less than satisfactory result. Orthodontic extrusion unerupted teeth, usually lasts long clinical crown, with unsatisfactory gingival margin and reduce periodontal support. ..
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