oligodontia

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Related to hypodontia: oligodontia, anodontia, ectodermal dysplasia
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Noun1.oligodontia - congenital condition in which some of the teeth are missing
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ol·i·go·don·ti·a

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n. oligodoncia, condición hereditaria que resulta en un numéro menor de dientes que el normal.
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Oral manifestations which may be seen include malocclusion, labiogingival adherences, gingival hypertrophy, accessory labiogingival frenula, serrated incisal margins, dental transposition, diastema, conical teeth, enamel hypoplasia, hypodontia, and teeth erupted or exfoliated prematurely, which were present in our patient too.
OPG findings confirmed hypodontia with the presence of cone-shaped primary incisors, and three tooth buds of permanent teeth (incisors and canine) and totally edentulous mandible without any tooth buds of permanent tooth.
Jain AR, Janani T (2016) Full mouth rehabilitation of an ectodermal dysplasia patient with hypodontia and reduced vertical dimension using metal ceramic restorations: a case report.
Several dental anomalies like hypodontia, retained deciduous teeth, peg shaped maxillary laterals or lateral incisors that are smaller in size than normal often accompany this condition (10).
Hypodontia, ankylosis and infraocclusion: report of a case restored with a fibre reinforced ceromeric bridge.
He says a study of their bones allowed in 1933 show hypodontia, or congenitally missing teeth, not detected on a recent X-ray of Richard's skull.
This lack in migration, and therefore the absence of interaction between mesenchyme and neural crest cells, has been associated with other problems observed in HFM patients, such as microdontia and hypodontia, (7) cleft palate and heart problems.
Hypodontia in an adolescent with the HbSC genotype: a case report.
Microsymptoms as an indication for familial hypodontia, hyperdontia and tooth displacement.
A British study of complaints at a hypodontia clinic revealed that 40% of 451 referred young individuals had "no complaints", while only 14.