Number dental anomalies: Supernumerary in triplets. Literature review and case report

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Title Number dental anomalies: Supernumerary in triplets. Literature review and case report
Number dental anomalies: Supernumerary in triplets. Literature review and case report
Anomalías dentales de número: Supernumerarios en trillizos. Revisión de tema y reporte de casos
 
Creator Olaya-Castillo, Andrea
Hernández-Silva, Jesús
 
Description Supernumerary teeth are considered as one of the dental anomalies where there is a development and/or training of a larger number of teeth. These may be isolated or associated with a syndrome, which can cause complications in the eruption, occlusion and a esthetics. Although the etiology of supernumerary is unknown, some authors make mention of theories as the dichotomy of tooth germ, hyperactivity of the dental lamina and genetic alterations, with matching patterns partnerships with autosomal dominant or autosomal recessive inheritance linked to X chromosome. Given the genetic importance in the development of supernumerary it is conceivable that in the case of sharing the same information, if a disturbance occurs in the dental formula, this should be repeated in his brothers. According to this view with a geneticist perspective this paper presents the situation of three triplets tricigoticos presenting alteration in a dental formula in terms interchangeably affected dentition (decidua and/or permanent) position on the bow (right or left) and impacted tooth.
Key words: Dental anomalies, supernumerary, triplets.
SUMMARYSupernumerary teeth are considered asone of the dental anomalies where there isa development and / or training of a largernumber of teeth. These may be isolatedor associated with a syndrome, whichcan cause complications in the eruption,occlusion and a esthetics. Although theetiology of supernumerary is unknown,some authors make mention of theories asthe dichotomy of tooth germ, hyperactivityof the dental lamina and genetic alterations,with matching patterns partnerships withautosomal dominant or autosomal recessiveinheritance linked to X chromosome. Giventhe genetic importance in the developmentof supernumerary it is conceivable that inthe case of sharing the same information, ifa disturbance occurs in the dental formula,this should be repeated in his brothers.According to this view with a geneticistperspective this paper presents the situationof three triplets tricigoticos presentingalteration in a dental formula in terms interchangeablyaffected dentition (decidua and/ or permanent) position on the bow (rightor left) and impacted tooth.
Los dientes supernumerarios son considerados como una de las anomalías dentales donde hay un desarrollo y/o formación de un mayor número de dientes. Estos pueden encontrarse aislados, o asociados a un síndrome, pudiendo causar complicaciones en la erupción, la oclusión y la estética. Aunque la etiología de los supernumerarios no es plenamente conocida, algunos autores hacen mención de teorías como la dicotomía del germen dentario, hiperactividad de la lámina dental, y alteraciones genéticas, donde se han encontrado asociaciones con patrones de herencia autosómica dominante, autosómica recesiva o herencia ligada al cromosoma X. Teniendo en cuenta la importancia genética en la aparición de supernumerarios es posible pensar que en el caso de compartir la misma información, si se presenta una alteración en la formula dental, esta se debería repetir en sus hermanos. De acuerdo a este punto de vista con una perspectiva genetista este artículo presenta la situación de tres trillizos tricigóticos que presentan alteración en su fórmula dental de una forma indistinta en cuanto a dentición afectada (decidua y/o permanente) posición en el arco (derecha o izquierda) y diente afectado.
Palabras clave: Anomalías dentales, supernumerarios, trillizos.
 
Publisher Revista Estomatología y Salud
 
Date 2017-09-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
CaseReport
CaseReport
Reporte de Caso
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://revistas.univalle.edu.co/index.php/revista_estomatologia/article/view/5785
10.25100/re.v23i2.5785
 
Source Revista Estomatología; Vol 23 No 2 (2015)
Revista Estomatología; ##issue.vol## 23 ##issue.no## 2 (2015)
Revista Estomatologia; Vol. 23 Núm. 2 (2015)
2248-7220
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://revistas.univalle.edu.co/index.php/revista_estomatologia/article/view/5785/8026
 
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