fused teeth

fused teeth

[MIM*273000]
teeth joined by dentin as a result of embryologic fusion or juxtaposition of two adjacent tooth germs.

fused teeth

[fyo̅o̅zd]
Etymology: L, fundere, to melt
partial or complete fusion of two or more individual teeth caused by union of two adjacent tooth buds by either enamel or cementum. Not to be confused with germination or "twinning" of a single tooth bud. Also called fusion.

fused teeth

(fyūzd tēth)
Teeth joined by dentin as a result of embryologic fusion or juxtaposition of two adjacent tooth germs.

fus·ed teeth

(fyūzd tēth) [MIM*273000]
Teeth joined by dentin as a result of embryologic fusion or juxtaposition of two adjacent tooth germs.

fused teeth,

n.pl the teeth that are joined together during tooth development by one or more of the hard tissues: enamel, dentin, or cementum.
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17 Fused teeth are usually larger than normal size with total or partial union of dentin and with two separate root canals.
When teeth in arch are lesser in number after counting fused teeth as one, than the term fusion can be considered.
Initially the fused teeth were separated in the coronal level using long, thin diamond bur.
Clinically fused anterior teeth frequently have a groove or notch on the incisal edge that goes in buccolingual direction and radiographically, the dentin of fused teeth always appears to be joined in some region with separate pulp chambers and canals.
The fused teeth generally show differences in two halves of the joined crown.
Ravn JJ Aplasia, supernumerary teeth and fused teeth in the primary dentition.
2) Different terms such as "connate teeth," "double formations," "synodontia," or "joined teeth" are often used to describe fused teeth.
Fused teeth have sepa- rate or shared pulp chambers and canals.
The terms double teeth, double formations, joined teeth, fused teeth or dental twinning is often used to describe fusion or gemination, both of which are primary developmental abnormalities of the teeth.
Fused teeth have sepa- rated or shared pulp chambers and canals.