Javanmardi S., Qutieshat A., Singh G., Chopra V. The diagnosis and management of a severe case of dilaceration: adhering to basic principles (clinical case). Head and neck. Russian Journal. 2023;11(4):46–49



When primary teeth are injured, it is possible for their permanent successors to be dilacerated. The majority of dilacerations go undetected until the patient visits a dental clinic for a checkup or treatment. The present case report describes an unerupted maxillary central incisor, which was incidentally detected on a Orthopantomagram during orthodontic assessment.

Keywords: Dilaceration, Diagnosis, Injury, Tooth impaction

Conflicts of interest. The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.

Financing. The study was carried out within the framework of the state task on the topic: Development of prognostic and predictive algorithms based on the identification of new immunological and molecular genetic characteristics of malignant tumors and their microenvironment.

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