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macrodontia

 [mak″ro-don´she-ah]
abnormal increase in size of one or more teeth. adj., adj mac´rodont, macrodon´tic.
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mac·ro·don·ti·a

, macrodontism (mak'rō-don'shē-ă, -don'tizm),
The state of having abnormally large teeth.
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macrodontia

A condition in which one or more teeth are larger than normal.
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mac·ro·don·ti·a

, macrodontism (mak'rō-don'shē-ă, -tizm)
A condition in which a single tooth, pairs of teeth, or the entire dentition is disproportionately large.
Synonym(s): megadontism, megalodontia.
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macrodontia

Abnormally large teeth.
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mac·ro·don·ti·a

, macrodontism (mak'rō-don'shē-ă, -tizm)
Having abnormally large teeth.
Synonym(s): megadontism, megalodontia.
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