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A case of multiple retained primary teeth
Posted on 07.30.2022 05:20 AM By Rafi Tareen In Orthodontics
A male patient 17 years of age presented to the orthodontic department with the chief complaints of crooked teeth and failure of permanent tooth to erupt. Opg and lateral ceph were done which showed multiple retained primary tooth and presence of permanent dentition that were distantly placed from Primary dentition. Basic harmone and serology tests were normal.what will be your approach to this case
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