What are the Risk Factors of Treating Hyperdontia

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Hyperdontia causes extra teeth to grow in an individual’s mouth. It can be easily diagnosed during an oral exam or x-ray. Also, in extreme cases, the extra tooth is noticeable and can cause pain while eating. It is good to consult your dentist for avoiding the risk factors associated with hyperdontia that are shown in this slideshow.

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WHAT ARE THE RISKS FACTORS OF TREATING HYPERDONTIA?

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Having too many teeth is an oral condition called hyperdontia .

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Hyperdontia causes extra teeth to grow in an individual’s mouth.

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Let’s take a closer look at how this occurs and what’s available for help.

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It is a condition where an individual has too many teeth in their mouth. WHAT IS HYPERDONTIA?

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A child should have 20 primary teeth & an adult should have 32 teeth.

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Extra teeth are often referred to as supernumerary teeth.

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In mild cases, an individual may never know that they have extra teeth. HOW TO KNOW IF YOU HAVE HYPERDONTIA

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It is diagnosed only during an oral exam or x-ray.

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In severe cases, extra teeth can be noticeable & can cause pain while eating.

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It occurs in about 1% to 4% of the population with most cases having one extra tooth.

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It is common in people having the following conditions- COMMON CAUSES OF HYPERDONTIA Ehlers- Danlos Syndrome Gardner’s Syndrome Fabry Disease Cleidocranial Dysplasia

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It causes easy bruising, scoliosis, loose sometimes painful joints & painful muscles. EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROME

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It is a rare disorder that causes colon growths, skull growths and cysts. GARDNER’S SYNDROME

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People with this disease experience skin rashes, painful hands & feet, abdominal pain & inability to sweat. FABRY DISEASE

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It is a birth defect that affects the bone and teeth. A person’s skull and collarbone are usually poorly developed. CLEIDOCRANIAL DYSPLASIA

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A distomolar tooth grows in the back of the mouth line with your other teeth. THE EXTRA TEETH

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Paramolar teeth grow in the back of the mouth next to the molars.

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A mesiodens tooth grows next to your incisors & is the most common type of hyperdontia .

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If you or your child has hyperdontia contact us & schedule an appointment. LET’S DISCUSS YOUR OPTIONS

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Dental Group of Simi Valley is conveniently located at 1720 E. Los Angeles Ave. Suite 202, Simi Valley, CA 93065. You can contact us at (805) 312-7596 .

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