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Incidence of maxillary impacted teeth among patients who underwent surgical removal of impacted tooth an institutional based retrospective study

Author: SOYA ALFRED XAVIER, DR.ABDUL WAHAB, DR.M.SIVAKUMAR
Abstract: Maxillary impactions are frequently encountered clinical scenarios in a dental practice. Maxillary canine and third molars are the most commonly encountered impacted maxillary tooth. In some cases, maxillary impactions are associated with various syndromes. However, the exact cause of a maxillary impacted tooth is unknown. This condition is not known to cause any symptoms such as pain or swelling. In some individuals, it is found as an incidental finding. In order to evaluate this condition, a proper radiographic analysis should be made, including the clinical examination. The aim of this study is to retrospectively analyze the incidence of maxillary impaction. A total of 335 case sheets were reviewed from a time period of June 2019 - March 2020. All the data of maxillary impaction were retrospectively analyzed from the patient's record. The result obtained was that the maxillary third molar was the most commonly impacted tooth followed by maxillary canine. It is more common in the male gender. This study is first of its kind. Maxillary impactions are unique in their own way and require a planned protocol for its management.
Keyword: Maxillary impaction, Impacted Canine, Impacted Molar
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.202
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