Pyramidal and Taurodont Molars and Their Association With Other Tooth Anomalies.

@article{Klein2017PyramidalAT,
  title={Pyramidal and Taurodont Molars and Their Association With Other Tooth Anomalies.},
  author={Ulrich F. G. Klein and Bramaramba Paimagham and Rachel Z. Blumhagen and Miranda Kroehl and Joel Sain},
  journal={Pediatric dentistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={46-52}
}
PURPOSE Determine the prevalence of pyramidal molars (PMs), associated tooth anomalies, and medical conditions (MC). METHODS Pantomograms from 10,168 subjects were searched for PMs. RESULTS A total of 148 individuals (75.7 percent females), aged 9.7 to 18.9 years old, had PMs. Subjects with MCs (53.4 percent) had on average 17 percent more PMs (P=.0476… CONTINUE READING