dilaceration


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dilaceration

(dɪˌlæsəˈreɪʃən; daɪˌlæsəˈreɪʃən)
n
1. dentistry a bend or curve in a tooth or root which results from an injury during its growth, causing the rest to grow at an angle
2. literary archaic the act or process of tearing something or someone apart
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In the present study, the prevalence of other anomalies (odontoma, fusion, dens invaginatus, talon cusp, taurodontism, macrodontia, dilaceration, ectopic eruption and microdontia) were observed more rare than other prevalence studies (4,7,10,17).
Dilaceration is defined as an angulation or sharp bend or curve in the linear relationship of the crown of a tooth to its root.
This report aims to present a successful root canal treatment of a maxillary lateral incisor with unusual palatal root dilaceration (diagnosed with cone beam computed tomography) in which the access cavity was prepared from the labial aspect of the tooth to provide a straight line access to the root canal system which was instrumented using OneC.
Various genetic factors, an exchange in the position of the forming dental lamina along with trauma to the deciduous tooth with the permanent incisor root dilaceration, were suggested as reasons for transposition.
An evaluation of the incidence and amount of apical root resorption and dilaceration occurring in orthodontically treated teeth having incompletely formed roots at the beginning of Begg treatment.
Some of the causes are: prolonged retention or early loss of the deciduous canine, ankylosis, lack of space due to tooth size/ arch length discrepancies, anomalies in size and shape of adjacent lateral incisors or lack thereof, failure in the root resorption of the deciduous canine, excessive width of the palate, supernumerary teeth, trauma, dilaceration of the root, presence of an alveolar cleft, cleft lip and /or palate, premature closure of the root apex, rotation of the permanent tooth germ and transverse maxillary deficiency.
Dilaceration of a central incisor Patient 4 a 12 year old girl was referred after extraction of a midline supernumerary tooth followed by exposure and traction of the central incisor which failed to induce eruption (Figure 4a).
An evaluation of the incidence and amount of apical root resorption and dilaceration occurring in orthodontically treated teeth, having incompletely formed roots at the beginning of Begg treatment.
Dilaceration describes a tooth whose root and crown display a bend or angulation.
Trauma Trauma during tooth development may cause severe enamel hypoplasia or dilaceration of the teeth.
In the current study prevalence of dilaceration was 1.