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Minerva Stomatologica 2004 May;53(5):287-94

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Oligodontia. Surgical treatment and implant rehabilitation. A case report

Pasetti P., Crachi V.


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Oligodontia is the partial loss of deciduous and permanent teeth and is rather commonly associated with a wide range of malformations in many syndromes. The treatment plan for these patients is based on a multidisciplinary ap-proach involving maxillo-facial surgery and several branches of dentistry. The case of a young man who was diagnosed with oligodontia at the age of 11 is reported. The patient was treated with Le Fort 1 maxillary osteotomy, sagittal palatal osteotomy, mandibular widening by autogenous bone grafting, endosseus titanium implant placement and dental rehabilitation by fixed bridges.

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