Non Syndromic Oligodontia: Case Report

Abstract

Oligodontia is a rare genetic disorder which represents the congenital absence of more than six teeth in primary, permanent or both dentitions. It is usually a part of a syndrome and seldom occurs as an isolated entity. Genes responsible for non syndromic oligodontia are found to be MSX1 and PAX9 genes. In this case report a 13 year old boy is presented who… (More)

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@inproceedings{Tangade2012NonSO, title={Non Syndromic Oligodontia: Case Report}, author={Pradeep Shankar Tangade and Manu Batra}, booktitle={Ethiopian journal of health sciences}, year={2012} }