Fusion of Permanent Maxillary Central and Lateral Incisor: A Rare Dental Anomaly

AUTHOR(s) : Kataki Rubi, Shekhawat Krutika, Bora Proxima, Bhuyan AC
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Introduction: Odontogenic anomalies of teeth can be encountered frequently in dental practise. Fusion and gemination are developmental dental anomalies leading to eruption of joined elements as double teeth. These anomalies pose a challenge even to the most experienced clinician in treating these teeth. Aim: Aim of this article is to throw light on a case of fused teeth which was esthetically rehabilitated. Method: Endodontic treatment followed by esthetic corrections. Result: Esthetically pleasing result. Conclusion: Its early interceptive treatment can help in avoiding severe pulpal and periodontal complications along with acceptable esthetic result.

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