Complete transposition of mandibular lateral incisor–canine (Mn.I2.C): A rare clinical case

Authors : Lucky Yadav, Akanksha Jaswal, Renuka Bamal, Ashish Kumar

DOI : 10.18231/j.jco.2022.024

Volume : 6

Issue : 3

Year : 2022

Page No : 130-135

A permanent tooth that grows and emerges from the same location of the dental arch as the other permanent teeth is a rare event. Unilateral transposition has been reported more often than bilateral transposition, with the left side of the body being affected more frequently than the right. With a frequency rate of 0.03 percent, the Mn.I2.C transposition is the rarest of all transpositions. In this unusual case report on a mandibular lateral incisor-canine transposition, dento-alveolar concerns such as arch length disparities and tooth material differences are addressed (Mn.I2.C).

Keywords: Radiographic, Transposition, Cephalometric

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