alexa Transmigration of Impacted Canines: A Report of Two Cas
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Transmigration of Impacted Canines: A Report of Two Cases and a Review of the Literature.

Nezar Watted1*, Emad Hussein2, Obaida Awadi3, and Muhamad Abu-Hussein2

1Department of Orthodontics, Arab American University, Palestine.

2Department of Pediatric Dentistry, University of Athens, Greece.

3Center for Dentistry, Research and Aesthetics, Jatt.

Corresponding Author:
Nezar Watted
Department of Orthodontics, Arab American University, Palestine.

Received: 07/06/2014 Revised: 18/07/2014 Accepted: 22/07/2014



The mandibular canine shows an unusual tendency to migrate to the opposite side of the jaw. Numerous theories have been proposed to explain this rare phenomenon and a broad classification has also been proposed. This paper reports a series of 2 cases with mandibular canine transmigration with special emphasis on etiology and classification of transmigrations.


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