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Oral rehabilitation of a patient with dental agenesis using osseointegrable implant

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (Vol.7, No. 11)

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Page : 230-238

Keywords : Agenesis; Orthodontics; Dental implants.;

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Dental agenesis is one of the most common anomalies in numbers, affecting mainly women, occurs in both primary and permanent teeth, but more frequently in permanent teeth. Can be classified as hypodontia is the absence of one or more teeth, oligodontics of six or more teeth and anadontia total absence of tooth development. Its diagnosis can be made through radiographs and clinical examination, when performed early, they can assist in a broad treatment plan with the aim of solving this problem. Among the main treatment options that can be performed such as prostheses, implants and orthodontics depending on each case. The treatment plan of choice obtained with the patient was the osseointegrated implant with the aid of orthodontic treatment to open the ideal space. Thus, the objective of this review article is to examine the etiology, clinical properties and treatment of dental agenesis using an osseointegrable implant. This literature review sought a sample in the literature in the PubMed and Science Direct databases. The inclusion criteria were articles published between 2015 and 2020 in Portuguese and English. The following query terms were used: agenesis, oligondotia, hypodontia, agenesis, oligondotia and hypodontia. The results show that dental agenesis is one of the most common genetic abnormalities among humans. In most of the study results that in the case of agenesis, the osseointegrated implant approach has proven to be a reliable and predictable treatment for restoring function and aesthetics.

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