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Prosthodontic rehabilitation of hereditary ectodermal dysplasia in an 11-year-old patient with flexible denture: a case report.

Jain N, Naitam D, Wadkar A, Nemane A, Katoch S, Dewangan A - Case Rep Dent (2012)

Bottom Line: The dental characteristics of this syndrome include anodontia or hypodontia of the primary and/or permanent teeth, hypoplastic conical teeth, and underdevelopment of the alveolar ridges.The options for a definitive treatment plan include fixed, removable or implant-supported prostheses, singly or in combination.Maxillary flexible removable partial denture and mandibular conventional complete denture were fabricated to establish an acceptable masticatory function, speech, and esthetics for the patient.

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Affiliation: Department of Prosthodontics, Manav Rachna Dental College, Faridabad 121004, India.

ABSTRACT
Hereditary ectodermal dysplasia is a rare group of inherited disorders characterized by aplasia or dysplasia of two or more tissues of ectodermal origin such as hair, nails, teeth, and skin. The dental characteristics of this syndrome include anodontia or hypodontia of the primary and/or permanent teeth, hypoplastic conical teeth, and underdevelopment of the alveolar ridges. The options for a definitive treatment plan include fixed, removable or implant-supported prostheses, singly or in combination. This clinical report describes the prosthetic rehabilitation of an 11-year-old boy with hereditary ectodermal dysplasia. Maxillary flexible removable partial denture and mandibular conventional complete denture were fabricated to establish an acceptable masticatory function, speech, and esthetics for the patient.

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Prosthodontic rehabilitation of hereditary ectodermal dysplasia in an 11-year-old patient with flexible denture: a case report.

Jain N, Naitam D, Wadkar A, Nemane A, Katoch S, Dewangan A - Case Rep Dent (2012)

Hand-wrist radiograph for growth-spurt assessment.
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fig4: Hand-wrist radiograph for growth-spurt assessment.
Mentions: Hand wrist radiograph (Figure 4) was taken and evaluated to assess the skeletal development of the patient.

Bottom Line: The dental characteristics of this syndrome include anodontia or hypodontia of the primary and/or permanent teeth, hypoplastic conical teeth, and underdevelopment of the alveolar ridges.The options for a definitive treatment plan include fixed, removable or implant-supported prostheses, singly or in combination.Maxillary flexible removable partial denture and mandibular conventional complete denture were fabricated to establish an acceptable masticatory function, speech, and esthetics for the patient.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Prosthodontics, Manav Rachna Dental College, Faridabad 121004, India.

ABSTRACT
Hereditary ectodermal dysplasia is a rare group of inherited disorders characterized by aplasia or dysplasia of two or more tissues of ectodermal origin such as hair, nails, teeth, and skin. The dental characteristics of this syndrome include anodontia or hypodontia of the primary and/or permanent teeth, hypoplastic conical teeth, and underdevelopment of the alveolar ridges. The options for a definitive treatment plan include fixed, removable or implant-supported prostheses, singly or in combination. This clinical report describes the prosthetic rehabilitation of an 11-year-old boy with hereditary ectodermal dysplasia. Maxillary flexible removable partial denture and mandibular conventional complete denture were fabricated to establish an acceptable masticatory function, speech, and esthetics for the patient.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus