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Year : 2004  |  Volume : 7  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 23-25

Restoration Of A Peg Incisor - A Case Report

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Peg incisor is a developmental disturbance in size of tooth. The micordontia involving only a single tooth is a common condition. It affects most often the maxillary lateral incisor, mandibular second premolar and third molar. However, it may involve other teeth also. This article describes the clinical presentation of a case of peg shaped lower central incisor, with no other systemic manifestations. In this case, shape of peg incisor is recontoured and restored by light cure composite restoration.

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