• Published 2015

NONSYNDROMIC OLIGODONTIA WITH ANKYLOGLOSSIA : A RARE CASE REPORT

@inproceedings{Jain2015NONSYNDROMICOW,
  title={NONSYNDROMIC OLIGODONTIA WITH ANKYLOGLOSSIA : A RARE CASE REPORT},
  author={Arihant Jain and Priyanka Thakur and Sahil Sarin},
  year={2015}
}
Agenesis of teeth is one of the most common human d evelopmental anomalies. Oligodontia is a condition in which there is absence of six or more teeth, which itself is a rare condition. Oligodonti a is associated with many syndromes. There is no much literature on oligodontia with ankylogossia. This is case report of a 9 year old girl child, who had missing permanent mandibular anterior teeth and these was also presentation of ankyloglossia. T he case report discusses the treatment options and… CONTINUE READING

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