RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE MAXILLARY CANINES IN AN ECTOPIC AND VARIATION OF THE DIAMETER OF THE TEETH

Tarantino, F; Currò, G

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Abstract

Aim. A tooth is impacted when its apex is formed but does not erupt as expected during the physiological timeframe of eruption. Maxillary canines, after the third molars are the teeth that more frequently show alterations of their eruptive process.. Maxillary canines can be positioned in ectopic palatal or buccal position. In recent years, an extensive search of the literature has shown a correlation between the palatal ectopic eruption of the canine and size of the dental elements reduced. Purpose of the study was to investigate a relationship between ectopic eruption of the canine oral, dental crowding and increased diameter of the teeth.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Canidae
Tooth
Impacted Tooth
Third Molar
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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE MAXILLARY CANINES IN AN ECTOPIC AND VARIATION OF THE DIAMETER OF THE TEETH. / Tarantino, F; Currò, G.

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