Clin Oral Invest (2017) 21:2273–2281 DOI 10.1007/s00784-016-2020-z ORIGINAL ARTICLE Permanent tooth agenesis in non-syndromic Robin sequence and cleft palate: prevalence and patterns 1 2 1 Anneline de Smalen & Daan P. F. van Nunen & Ruurd R. Hermus & 3 1 4 Edwin M. Ongkosuwito & ArjenJ.van Wijk & J. Peter W. Don Griot & 2 1 Corstiaan C. Breugem & Gem J. C. Kramer Received: 3 February 2016 /Accepted: 25 November 2016 /Published online: 9 December 2016 The Author(s) 2016. This article is published with open access at Springerlink.com Abstract mandibular second premolars and maxillary lateral incisors. Objectives Partial tooth agenesis is frequently observed in Tooth agenesis was bilateral in two-thirds of affected ns-RS Robin sequence. Tooth anomalies are increasingly considered patients and one-half of ns-CP patients. In ns-RS, bilateral as an extended phenotype of the cleft palate population. The agenesis of the mandibular second premolars was more fre- study objective was to compare the prevalence and patterns of quently observed in female than that in male patients. tooth agenesis in a group of patients with non-syndromic Completely symmetrical patterns of hypodontia were found Robin sequence (ns-RS) and a group with non-syndromic in around 45% of ns-RS patients
Clinical Oral Investigations – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 9, 2016
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