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International Journal of Oral Health Dentistry

Unilateral Fusion of Permanent Dentition - A Case Report

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Author Details : Amit Wadhawan1, *, Anamika Sharma2, B. P. Khattak3

Volume : 1, Issue : 1, Year : 2015

Article Page : 36-37

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Fused teeth arises through union of two normally separated tooth germs which can be either complete or incomplete. In some occasions, two independent pulp chambers and root canals can also be seen. Its occurrence in permanent dentition is 0.1%. Once fusion has been diagnosed, careful monitoring is required as it may lead to many complications like esthetics, spacing, dental caries or periodontal breakdown.
Keywords: Fusion, Mandibular incisors

How to cite : Wadhawan1 A, *, Sharma2 A, Khattak3 B P, Unilateral Fusion of Permanent Dentition - A Case Report. Int J Oral Health Dent 2015;1(1):36-37

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