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There is a wide range of normal for this tooth characteristic

color

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What are you evaluating when you are looking for potential develoment anomolies

Texture and Structure
Weakness is Structure, excess wear, abrasion
Abnormal radiographic appearance

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This is an abortive attempt by a single tooth bud to divide

Gemination

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Union of normally discrete teeth

Fusion

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Fusion of two teeth along the root surfac

concrescence

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Complete cleavage of a tooth bud resulting in the formation of a supernumerary tooth

twinning

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What is the clinical risk presented by taurodontism

Increased risk of pulp exposure

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The pulp is easily exposed in these tooth anomolies

Dens in dente
Dens invaginatus

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What is another name for Dens evaginatus

Talon cusp

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This condition is autosomal dominant with incomplete penetrance and variable expression

hypodontia

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Top 4 most likely missing teeth

Mn 2nd Premolar
Mx Lateral
Mx 2nd Premolar
Mn Lateral

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This syndrome is

Autosomal Recessive
Polydactyly
Short Stature
Cardiac anomalies

Ellis Van Creveld Syndrome

Chondroectodermal dyplasia

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This syndrome is Autosomal dominant
Missing maxillary incisors
Degeneration of the anterior chamber of the eye

Rieger Syndrome

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This syndrome is X-Linked
Cleft lip/palate
Digital anomalies
Long Nose

Oro-Facial-Digital Syndrome (OFD-1)

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This syndrome is
Autosomal Recessive
Broad nasal tip
Cleft lip/palate
Long nasal philtrum

OFD-II/ Mohr Syndrome

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What do you need to see to define an abnormality as an ectodermal dysplasias syndrome

Must meet at least one of:

Involvement of two or more ectodermal tissues

Genetic diagnoses

First degree affected relative

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This syndrome is x linked recessive

Multiple missing teeth
conical/peg teeth
lack of development of the alveolar process


Hypohidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia

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This syndrome is Autosomal Dominant

Multiple Odontomas
Intestinal polyps
High malignancy rate

Gardner's Syndrome

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This syndrome is Autosomal dominant

Extra teeth
Hypoplastic clavicles
Acorn shaped skull

Cleidocranial Dysplasia

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This extra tooth syndrome has extra teeth in the area of bony sutures due to splintering of the developing tooth bud

Cleft lip and palate

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This occurs in 1:14000 births

Defect is limited to tooth enamel

Dentin and Cementum are normal

Amelogenesis imperfecta

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Normal thickness
Soft
Pitted surface
Moth eaten radiographic appearance

Hypocalcified AI

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Soft enamel of normal thickness
Fractures and flakes aways
Enamel and Dentin are indistinguishable on x-ray

Hypomature AI

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Teeth have normal enamel with an amber hue

Bulbous crown with short, conical roots

Primary and Permanent dentitions involved

Dentinogensis Imperfecta