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Birooted primary canines: report of three cases.

  title={Birooted primary canines: report of three cases.},
  author={Norman W Ott and R N Ball},
  journal={Pediatric dentistry},
  volume={18 4},
B irooted primary canines have been reported only ia few times,1-5 are considered very rare, and have only been diagnosed following radiographic examination. In every report, the birooted teeth have been bilateral and involve the maxillary primary canines, with one report of additional involvement of the mandibular primary canines. There appears to be no sexual predilection, and all but one case occurred in black children and in children with otherwise normal dentitions. Bimstein and Bystrom4… 

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