Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Dental anomalies


Modern Approaches To Diagnosis, Etiology And Pathogenesis Of The Upper Permanent Canine Retention Formation (Literature Review)

J.N. Bakaev; S. Sh. Olimov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 3815-3830

The article outlines the main reasons for the development and formation of the upper permanent canine retention. The author presented a wide literature review of both foreign and domestic scientists, detailed this pathology course and development. It also describes various methods for evaluating X-ray studies and modern approaches to diagnostics and treatment planning for the upper permanent canine retention, which are used in practice by an orthodontist.

TOOTH AGENESIS - A REVIEW

Naz Fathima Raj Mohamed; Gifrina Jayaraj; Yuvaraj Babu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3224-3238

Tooth agenesis or congenital tooth absence is the absence of development of at least one permanent tooth and a common dental anomaly in man. Hypodontia may occur either as part of a syndrome or as a non-syndrome developed by MSX 1 and PAX 9 are causative genes co-expressed in dental mesenchymal resulting in early developmental arrest of the developing tooth. As compared with permanent dentition, the prevalence of hypodontia in primary dentition is found to be very small. Most commonly missing tooth is a third molar. Most commonly missing tooth is a third molar. It is evident from the literature that the etiology of hypodontia is varied, and genetic, epigenetic, and environmental factors that contribute. Research has suggested that clinical hypodontia management requires careful planning across multidisciplinaires.