Non-Syndromic Oligodontia of Primary and Permanent Dentition: 5 Year Follow Up- A Rare Case Report 776-779
Dr. Joyson Moses,
Professor, Department of Pedodontics,
Z- Block, 58 Anna Nagar,
Chennai - 600040, India.
Oligodontia designates the congenital absence of six or more permanent teeth, excluding the third molars. Oligodontia of primary and permanent dentition is a rare observance. This case report describes the missing teeth in primary and permanent dentition of an 8 year old boy. Early diagnosis, and comprehensive treatment planning with good coordination and timing of the individual treatment phases are decisive for a successful treatment outcome.