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The relation between maxillary buccal canine impaction and dental anomalies - A retrospective study

Author: REEM A.RAFEEQ, SARA M. AL-MASHHADANY, HIBA M. HUSSEIN., RESHA J. AL-SUDANI, MAISAA Q. MUHAMED ALI
Abstract: Objectives: The aim of the present study was to evaluate the prevalence of specified dental anomalies in Iraqi orthodontic subjects with maxillary buccally displaced canines “BDC”; to find significant associations between those anomalies and buccal displacement of canines; and to find significant differences in the rates of those anomalies in BCD subjects and Palatally displaced canine “PDC” subjects. Main investigated dental anomalies included: third molar, second premolar agenesis, and impaction; and peg-shaped upper lateral incisors. Materials and Methods: A retrospective study was conducted on a total of 105 (55 BDC and 50 PBC) subjects CBCTs. Chi-squared tests and Mann Whitney U were used for statistical comparisons. Results: The BDC subjects showed a significant association with both agenesis and impaction of third molars; agenesis of second premolars; and with peg-shaped lateral incisors. The third molar impaction rate was significantly higher in bilateral BDC cases than in unilateral BDC. There were no significant statistical differences in rates of dental anomalies between the BDC and PDC groups. Conclusion: The findings of the current study suggest that BDC have the same influence as PDC in that both are mostly associated with different dental agenesis, impaction, and anomalies
Keyword: impacted canine- dental anomalies- third molar impaction- dental agenesis.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.066
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