Abstract

An Unusual Mandibular Second Molar Mimicking Maxillary First Molar – A Rare Occurrence

Dental anomalies are common in the permanent dentition when compared to the primary dentition, and more common in the maxillary arch. These could be localized to one or two teeth and could be generalized, affected by all teeth most of the times, which might be apart from syndromic or systemic disorders. The purpose of this report is to describe a unique case mandibular second permanent molar exhibiting oblique ridge and a buccal accessory cusp resembling the maxillary molar in a 13- year-old female.


Author(s):

Srinivasulu Sakamuri and Sreekanth Kumar Mallineni



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