A. Shemesh, J. Ben Itzhak, V. Katzanell, A. Levin, M. Solomonov
ENDO (Long Engl) 2015;9(4):289-293.
Fusion is an uncommon abnormality resulting from the joining of adjacent tooth germs in different stages of development. The prevalence of this anomaly in permanent teeth is approximately 0.1%. Fused teeth can lead to different complications and usually require a multidisciplinary approach. This case report presents the use of cone beam computed tomography evaluation and retreatment of a fused maxillary lateral incisor and canine.
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