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J Korean Acad Pediatr Dent. 1997;24(3): 487-494.
이동혁, 김현정, 남순현, 김영진
경북대학교 치과대학 소아치과학 교실
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It is rare to find multiple supernumerary teeth in individuals with no other associated diseases or syndromes. 'Non-Syndrome multiple supernumerary teeth' reviewed by Yusof(1990) have more frequency of occurrence in the mandibular region. Especially, mandibular premolar region appears to be the site of predilection for no n-syndrome multiple supernumerary teeth. Also, these may develop after most permanent teeth have erupted, thus their effect upon the occlusion is limited. In this case, the patient had 20 supernumerary teeth without other associated diseases or syndromes. All of the supernumerary teeth were impacted, and thirteen of them were found in the premolar region. In the radiographic and clinical finding, other specific complication resulted from the supernumerary teeth weren't observed.
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