Annales et Essences de la Dentisterie

Annales et Essences de la Dentisterie
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ISSN: 0975-8798, 0976-156X


Oral Rehabilitation of Non-Syndromic Oligodontia; a Case Report

Manoranjan Mahakur

Absence of teeth is common in human dentition and it may be seen in primary or permanent dentition with unknown etiology but may be hereditary. According to the number of teeth, absent is can be divided into hypodontia or oligodontia. The prevalence rate may be from 1.6-6.9%. Sometime it may be associated with some syndrome or without any syndrome. This case presented with retained deciduous teeth and spacing in a11 year’s male child without any other organ disorders. The retention was due to the absence of a permanent successor. So oral rehabilitation was done in the patients by considering the growth development and parent consent.