Fusion of Primary Mandibular Teeth Associated with Partial Anodontia of Permanent Dentition: A Case Report

Vivek Mehta

Abstract


Fusion is a developmental disturbance in the shape of teeth. It is defined as the dentinal union of two embryologically developing teeth. It is more commonly seen in primary dentition and more frequently in incisor region. This paper reports a case which had the presence of fused primary central incisor and lateral incisor in the mandibular region associated with agenesis of permanent left central incisor.


Keywords


Anodontia; Developmental Disturbance; Fusion; Primary Incisors; Mandibular teeth;

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