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Title: Abordagem cirúrgica de canino impactado em região de mento
Other Titles: Surgical approach of impacted canine in chin region
Authors: Oliveira, Giesi Lemos de
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: Albuquerque, Gustavo Cavalcanti de
Keywords: Cirurgia bucal;dente impactado;mandibula;Oral surgery
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2019
Publisher: Universidade do Estado do Amazonas
Abstract: The maxillary and mandibular canines are important teeth from the aesthetic and functional points of view. These teeth are often poorly positioned, however failure of the eruption of the mandibular canine is uncommon being more frequent the inclusion of maxillary canines. Factors such as dental positioning, ankyloses, cysts, patient age, periodontal health, root formation, among others, direct the treatment. Objective: to report a clinical case of a young man with dental impaction of a right lower canine, emphasizing and discussing the surgical technique and planning. Case report: a 15-year-old male patient with a non-eruption of the right lower canine, on clinical examination, presented a clinical absence of the tooth 43, persistence of the tooth 83. A conical beam computed tomography beam) of the region, in which the presence of the dental element 43 was diagnosed in the horizontal position located in the chin. The proposed treatment plan was surgical removal of the non-erupted tooth. Conclusion: The treatment option of non-erupted teeth depends on factors such as incomplete rhizogenesis, patient age and degree of inclusion and the maneuvers related to the involved teeth should be performed at the most opportune moment and with adequate planning, avoiding injuries to noble structures and thus allowing an adequate repair process
URI: http://repositorioinstitucional.uea.edu.br//handle/riuea/1786
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