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.
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[UKPRwire, Fri Jul 26 2019] Dental issues such as toothaches, stained teeth, chipped tooth, sensitivity, hyperdontia, and cavities are common in the today's world.
* Patients with fractured teeth, hypodontia or hyperdontia.
[USPRwire, Fri Apr 19 2019] Dental issues such as toothaches, stained teeth, chipped tooth, sensitivity, hyperdontia, and cavities are common in the today's world.
Supernumerary teeth, a condition known as hyperdontia, are additional teeth, apart from the normal dental formula (13).
(4) Hyperdontia is a hereditary and maybe partly environmental
There was a higher prevalence of hyperdontia (2.6%), congenitally missing mandibular incisors (5.6%), dens evaginatus (4.7%), and double tooth (0.8%) than reported in Caucasians.
ST or hyperdontia as defined earlier are those teeth which are present in excess of the usual distribution of twenty deciduous and thirty-two permanent teeth [6].
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 (0.4%) from a small town.
Clinical and radiographical evaluation of non-syndromic hypodontia and hyperdontia in permanent dentition.