An Uncommon Dental Anomaly : Talon Cusp

@inproceedings{HegdeAnUD,
  title={An Uncommon Dental Anomaly : Talon Cusp},
  author={Usha Hegde and Paras Mull and Gazala Danish and Syed Nabeel}
}
Talon cusp is an uncommon dental anomaly presenting as an accessory cusp. It is seen in both deciduous and permanent dentition and on lingual and facial surfaces of anterior teeth. It can occur unilaterally or bilaterally. The incidence of occurrence is more in maxillary teeth. It is usually asymptomatic but can pose functional and esthetic problems. This article presents the review of talon cusp in relation to its definition, etiopathogenesis, prevalence, clinical and histological findings… CONTINUE READING

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