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CASE REPORT Autotransplantation of a Fully Developed Maxillary Premolar to a Missing Mandibular Premolar Site

VOLUME 47 : NUMBER 03 : PAGES (199-206) 2013

JAE HYUN PARK, DMD, MSD, MS, PHD

KIYOSHI TAI, DDS, PHD

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Agenesis of one or more teeth is among the most common developmental anomalies encountered by orthodontists. The reported incidence of permanenttooth agenesis varies from 1.6% to 9.6%--excluding third molars, which are missing in 20% of the population. Some studies have shown the next most commonly missing teeth to be mandibular second premolars, whereas others indicate a higher incidence of maxillary lateral-incisor agenesis. Muller and col...

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