Multidisciplinary approach to bilaterally missing lateral incisors: A case report

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Suruchi Satyajit Jatol-Tekade
Satyajit Ashok Tekade *
Shaleen Khetrapal
Sachin C. Sarode
Shankargouda Patil
(*) Corresponding Author:
Satyajit Ashok Tekade | satyajitraje@gmail.com

Abstract

Maxillary lateral incisors are most common teeth to be found missing. They also are the most common teeth that need esthetic replacement. A 23-year-old female patient with missing maxillary lateral incisors was treated orthodontically: laterals were replaced with implants. Challenges while doing this case are discussed in the following case report.


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