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Tooth

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Isolation and characterization of dental pulp stem cells from a supernumerary tooth. J Oral Pathol Med 2008; 37(9): 571-4.
The lesion was surrounded by soft tissue and contained a supernumerary tooth (Figure 1).
Effectiveness of impacted and supernumerary tooth diagnosis from traditional radiography versus cone beam computed tomography.
Clinical management of a fused mandibular lateral incisor with supernumerary tooth: A case report.
The most common clinical presentation of a dentigerous cyst with a supernumerary tooth is seen in the first four decades of life.[6]
Our study results reported that not a single supernumerary tooth anomaly was associated with Class II division 2 malocclusion, which was not in line with the results of Basdra et al9 and Pereira14, who showed a strong the association of several dental anomalies with Class II div 2 malocclusion in German and Portuguese patients, respectively.
Patients' age, gender, systemic condition, number of supernumerary teeth, unilateral-bilateral presence, anatomical localization (maxilla, mandible, anterior-premolar-molar, mesiodens, parapremolar-paramolar-distomolar), shape (rudimentary, supplemental, tuberculate, odontoma), position (palatal, lingual, buccal, labial, midline), and shortest distance between the most exterior part of the supernumerary tooth and the inner layer of neighboring cortical plate, as well as complications due to supernumerary tooth, were assessed.
Diversity of supernumerary tooth formation in siblings with cleidocranial dysplasia having identical mutation in RUNX2: Possible involvement of non-genetic or epigenetic regulation.
Before this study, we expected that a supernumerary tooth might predict a better MSC isolation rate.
Cases of resorption caused by an impacted tooth [8-10] or supernumerary tooth [11] have been reported.