Taurodontism in premolars.

  title={Taurodontism in premolars.},
  author={Rafael Llamas and A Jim{\'e}nez-Planas},
  journal={Oral surgery, oral medicine, and oral pathology},
  volume={75 4},
Taurodontism is not a dental anomaly that affects only the molars. In a review of 379 premolars extracted for different pathologic reasons, three cases of taurodontism were found. The three cases were in upper premolars and were studied anatomically and radiographically. The literature was reviewed, as well as the low incidence of the condition in premolars, which is probably related to a genetic condition. Our observations support this fact, as suggested by the study of our cases from a… CONTINUE READING

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