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Diagnosis of Anomalous Teeth with Cone-Beam Computed Tomography

VOLUME 46 : NUMBER 03 : PAGES (156-158) 2012

REBECCA BOCKOW, DDS

MARIANNA EVANS, DMD

CHUN-HSI CHUNG, DMD, MS

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Tooth anomalies in the permanent dentition are rare and often incidental findings in routine orthodontic care. Occasionally, however, an anomaly may have a considerable impact on orthodontic treatment planning. In such a patient, advanced three-dimensional imaging modalities such as cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) can provide critical assistance, as the following case demonstrates.

Case Report


An 11-year-old female in the late mixed dentition presented to ...

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