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Case Report Open Access
Supernumerary teeth are a developmental anomaly present during the primary and early mixed dentition stages. It is more commonly seen in permanent dentition and more frequently in incisor region. Supplemental tooth is a type of supernumerary tooth which resembles tooth shape and also supplements for occlusion. This paper reports an uncommon clinical case which had the presence of supplemental maxillary lateral incisor in primary dentition in a 7-year-old female child.
Supernumerary tooth, Supplemental tooth, Primary dentition, Dental Images, Restorative Dentistry