Definition: When two adjacent teeth switch positions in the arch.
Location: Most commonly associated with the permanent canine.
Shape: Normal tooth shape.
Internal: Radiopaque and radiolucent. Same appearance as a normal tooth.
Number: Associated with two teeth.
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(note the canine erupting adjacent to the central incisor)
(note the lateral incisor adjacent to the first premolar and the canine adjacent to the central incisor)
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