Case of the Week: Ectodermal Dysplasia

This week’s case is opposite of a case from a few weeks ago (Cleidocranial Dysplasia) in that it presents with absence of teeth (oligodontia). In some extreme cases, no teeth may develop at all (referred to as anodontia). The teeth that are present typically have a conical shaped crown. Here is a case with multiple developmentally missing teeth.

ectodermal dysplasia pantomographAnd along with this case I have another fun and educational video made by UNMC College of Dentistry Class of 2016 Dental Students.

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