Long root of deciduous anterior teeth

@article{Fujimura2007LongRO,
  title={Long root of deciduous anterior teeth},
  author={Akira Fujimura and Hiroshi Suetsugu and Masao Onodera and Kumiko Nozaka and Yohichiro Nozaka},
  journal={Odontology},
  year={2007},
  volume={96},
  pages={61-64}
}
A 24-year-old female Japanese patient presented with remarkably long roots of retained deciduous anterior teeth and permanent anterior teeth in the upper and lower jaw. Four lower anterior teeth were extracted for esthetic reasons. The patient had no apparent clinical syndrome related to the teeth or jaw, nor did there appear to be a family history of this condition. The extracted teeth and their lengths were as follows: the lower right deciduous lateral incisor was 25.55 mm long (root length… CONTINUE READING