What is the Most Common reason for palatally retained maxillary central incisor with no signs of crowding and In “normal occlusion”
1- early extraction of maxillary primary incisor
2- retention of primary incisor
3- early loss of upper dec lateral
4- early trauma before complete formation of the root (dilaceration)
5- supernumerary tooth
A female patient comes to you complaining of persistent pain in a heavily restored central incisor; you suspect irreversible pulpitis and you have been told that she is in transit leaving by plane next day. Your treatment will be,
A. Remove filling and place a sedative dressing
B. Pulpectomy and Ledermix dressing
C. Pulpectomy and calcium hydroxide dressing
D. Prescribe analgesics and systemic antibiotic
In determining the replacement of missing maxillary anteriors with ridge lap design or with incorporation of labial flange, what factors is most important:
A. high lip line.
B. Patient wishes.
C. need for anterior retention.
D. the degree of ridge resorption.
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