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The Neoslider Appliance for Uprighting Mesially Impacted Mandibular Second Molars

VOLUME 47 : NUMBER 09 : PAGES (553-557) 2013

RAGHAV SOOD, BDS, MDS

VINOD PATTABIRAMAN, BDS, MDS

SHASHIKALA KUMARI V., BDS, MDS

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Impacted mandibular second molars are relatively rare, with a reported incidence ranging from virtually 0% to 2.3%, depending on the population examined. Etiological factors include ectopic positioning, obstacles in the eruption path, primary failure of the eruption mechanism, and insufficient space between the mandibular first molar and the ramus. Reduced mesial root length has been observed in mesially impacted second molars, although it is unclear whether it is ...

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