hyperdontia


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hyperdontia

 [hi″per-don´she-ah]
a condition characterized by the presence of supernumerary teeth.

hyperdontia

(hī-pĕr-don'shē-ă),
Having an excessive number of teeth.

hy·per·don·ti·a

(hīpĕr-donshē-ă)
Having an excessive number of teeth.

hyperdontia (hī´pərdon´chēə),

n a dental condition marked by the presence of excessive teeth in the oral cavity. See supernumerary teeth.

hyperdontia

the presence of supernumerary teeth.
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hyperdontia, hypodontia, cases of fusion of teeth), history of previous orthodontic treatment, craniofacial syndrome or anomalies were excluded.
Microsymptoms as an indication for familial hypodontia, hyperdontia and tooth displacement.
Hyperdontia in the form of the middle tooth (mesiodens) occurred in a one boy (0.
Clinical and radiographical evaluation of non-syndromic hypodontia and hyperdontia in permanent dentition.
Writing in International Business Times, journalist Lydia Smith said the discovery suggests the man was suffering from hyperdontia, a condition which causes teeth to grow in areas other than the mouth.
Group 2 with malocclusions was selected on the basis of treatment with the orthodontist, only excluding the cases which exhibited any signs of developmental defects like hypodontia or hyperdontia etc.
Hyperdontia refers to the development of an increased number of teeth.
Atavism theory states that hyperdontia was the result of phylogenetic reversion to extinct primates with three pairs of incisors.
Supernumerary teeth, also called hyperdontia, may occur unilaterally or bilaterally, single or multiple and in one or both jaws (1).
Hyperdontia (supernumerary teeth) is defined as the excess of teeth in a normal dental formula, regardless of their localization and morphology.
Supernumerary Teeth The presence of supernumerary teeth is known as hyperdontia, which is observed less frequently than hypodontis.