Survey of congenitally missing teeth in orthodontic patients in Eastern Bavaria.

  title={Survey of congenitally missing teeth in orthodontic patients in Eastern Bavaria.},
  author={Michael Behr and Peter C Proff and Michael F. Leitzmann and Manuela Pretzel and Gerhard Handel and Gottfried Schmalz and Oliver Driemel and Torsten Eugen Reichert and Michael Koller},
  journal={European journal of orthodontics},
  volume={33 1},
This retrospective study examined the occurrence of congenitally missing permanent teeth and the need for dental treatment in the Regensburg University Medical Centre of Eastern Bavaria. Using a dental administration software tool, a total of 1442 patients who presented for orthodontic treatment between 1994 and 2006 were identified. After exclusion of 89 patients with incomplete records, 1353 subjects (635 males and 718 females) remained for analysis. Of these, 1130 had no missing permanent… CONTINUE READING
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