Context: Regional odontodysplasia (R O) is an uncommon developmental anomaly affecting a localized area of dentition, with distinctive clinical and radiographic findings. This article reviews a case of 10-year-old female who reported with RO in partially erupted mandibular anterior teeth. Aims: To highlight the likelihood of occurrence of Bilateral Mandibular Regional Odontodysplasia as a rare developmental anomaly. It commonly affects a localized area of dentition. Settings and Design: The representative tissue received was 10% formalin fixed hard tissue measuring about 1x0.5 cm in diameter.
Mesiodens may be single or multiple and often remain unerupted8. Gunduz et al. documented the occurrence of one supernumerary tooth in 76.8% cases and two mesiodens bilaterally on either side of midline in 23.1% cases and they further informed that only 25% of mesiodens erupt into the oral cavity9. During dental development the interplay of different factors can cause some malocclusion. The case report described here involved an interaction of two major factors, a mesiodens and a high frenum attachment (which was later encountered although) leading to a 5-6mm midline diastema.
A specialist in this field is called an orthodontist. Orthodontists receive two or more years of education beyond their four years in dental school in an ADA-approved orthodontic training program. How do I Know if I Need Orthodontics?Only your dentist or orthodontist can determine whether you can benefit from orthodontics. Based on diagnostic tools that include a full medical and dental health history, a clinical exam, plaster models of your teeth, and special X-rays and photographs, an orthodontist or dentist can decide whether orthodontics are recommended, and develop a treatment plan that 's right for you. If you have any of the following, you may be a candidate for
A clinician should have complete knowledge of anatomic variation of macrostructure and internal and external root canal anatomy. A successful endodontic treatment includes locating the root canal orifice ,chemico mechanical cleaning and shaping of root canals before a dense root canal filling with a hermetic seal. It is known that mandibular first molar can display significant anatomical variations namely as number of roots, number of root canals and morphology. The presence of an additional root located lingually (the radix entomolaris) or buccally (radix paramolaris) has been reported some times in mandibular molars. However, in such a case, an awareness and understanding of this unusual root and its root canal morphology can contribute to the successful
Irritational fibroma – A case report Dr.Sachit Anand Arora1,Dr.Shivjot Chhina2,Dr.Anjali Goel3,Dr.Shivesh Mishra4,Dr.Johnn Kazimm5,Dr.Kumar Saurav6 Authors: 1.Dr.SachitAnandArora1, Professor& Head,Department of Periodontics,I.T.S Dental College,Hospital & Research Centre. 2.Dr.Shivjot Chhina2, Professor,Department of Periodontics, I.T.S Dental College,Hospital & Research Centre. 3.Dr.AnjaliGoel3, Post Graduate Student,Department of Periodontics,I.T.S Dental College,Hospital & Research Centre. 4.Dr.Shivesh Mishra4, Post Graduate Student,Department of Periodontics,I.T.S Dental College,Hospital & Research Centre. 5.
In our case, we report a rare association between intrinsic and extrinsic stenosis of the duodenum in an 11-year-old girl due to the contemporary presence of Ladd's band and incomplete web. Patients who have malrotation without symptoms or with chronic symptoms are in danger of developing intestinal obstruction, with or without intestinal ischemia at any moment. A previous review of nine cases of intestinal malrotation reported eight cases had symptoms of intermittent abdominal pain for long duration, with or without vomiting before the production of a volvulus, obstruction, or other serious
Computer Aided Dental X-Rays Analysis Using Automatic Gaussian Fitting Energy And Level Sets Anupama Bhan, Malay Kishore Dutta, Pulkit Pandey Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Amity University, Noida, India Abstract--Identification of the Root canal length is a major concern in the dentistry worldwide, which currently seeks the manual calculation in order to detect the measurement of the teeth. This method presents an algorithm for fast and automatic measurement of the teeth prior to root canal therapy and molar endodontics. Intensity inhomogeneity often is a major problem in dental x-rays which causes considerable difficulties in segmentation. This method provides a combinational approach of Local Gaussian Distribution
INTRODUCTION There are several types of congenital craniofacial anomalies, most frequent of which are orofacial clefts that encompass the cleft lip and palate (CLP), which occurs when embryonic facial processes fail to unite (1). The complications associated with CLP are maxillary growth aberrations and high occurrence of Class III malocclusions. In children with CLP, aberrations in number, size, shape, and period of tooth formation are more common than in the non-cleft population. Orthodontic abnormalities such as crowding, rotation, and malposition of teeth are also frequent in patients with CLP (2). ‘In the orthodontic context, an index is used to designate a rating or as a categorising system that assigns a numerical score or alphanumeric label to a person’s occlusion’ (3).
PATIENTS AND METHODS This an interventional comparative randomized prospective study conducted on 40 patients with infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis indicated for pyloromyotomy. 20 patients underwent laparoscopic pyloromyotomy (LP) and the other 20 patients underwent umbilical pyloromyotomy (UP). Patients characteristics including,age,gender ,gestational age (full term, preterm), associated comorbidities were documented. Intraoperative details e.g. operative time and complications and postoperative outcomes e.g.
Management of Carious Supernumerary Tooth in Primary Dentition –A Rare Case Abstract Introduction: Supernumerary tooth in the deciduous dentition is very rare and they are defined as any teeth or tooth substances in surplus of the usual configuration of 20 primary and 32 permanent teeth. Case report: This article high lights the presence and conservative management of carious mesiodens in the very young apprehensive child. Discussion and conclusion: Supernumerary teeth are rarely seen in the primary dentition and the reported incidence was 0.3-0.6 % of the population. In this case presence of supernumerary teeth did not cause neither esthetic problem nor responsible for delayed eruption of permanent incisors. Since the reported case is