anodontia

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anodontia

(ˌænəʊˈdɒnʃɪə)
n
(Dentistry) the congenital absence of teeth
[from an- + Greek odōn tooth + -ia]
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Dental management of ED patients is a major challenge because of the fact that they can have complete anodontia, partial anodontia, malformed teeth, minimal or no alveolar ridge, dry and thin mucosa, and requiring dental treatment in early age, leading to noncompliance during treatment and acceptance of prosthesis.
A rare non-syndrome case of concomitant multiple supernumerary teeth and partial anodontia.
Fusion in Primary Dentition with Partial Anodontia of Permanent Dentition: A Case Report.
Congenital hypotrichosis and partial anodontia in a crossbred beef calf.
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