The most common oral developmental anomaly is dental agenesis which can be either in the form of Anodontia, Oligodontia, or Hyperdontia. This can occur either as an isolated finding or as part of a syndrome. Nonsyndromic Oligodontia is rare. Early intervention and prompt management improves quality of life. Here, we report a case of a 13-year-old male child with non-Syndromic Oligodontia without any association with specific systemic disease who allegedly had complete set of primary teeth but failed to develop complete permanent dentition.
Richa Wadhawan, Kaushal Luthra, Sushma Mishra. Nonsyndromic familial Oligodontia in a 13 year old male: A case report. Int. J. Res. Med. Sci. 2019;1(2):01-03.