Partial Anodontia – Consequences and solutions in agenesis of the lateral incisors

Partial Anodontia Treatment

Partial anodontia: Innovative treatment approaches, consequences and solutions

Published in spectrum dialogue and EDI Dental Magazin

Agenesis of permanent teeth, also known as partial anodontia, is a common problem. Recent studies have shown that the incidence of anodontia is increasing. When lateral incisors are missing, parents, dentists and orthodontists are tasked to make the right decisions at an early stage – i.e. during the early years of the young patient’s life. This early decision will determine the dental health and physical appearance of the patient for a whole lifetime. This article presents three different implant treatment cases.

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