Journal of Otology & RhinologyISSN: 2324-8785

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Ectopic Tooth in Orbital Floor Causing Diplopia in a Child: An Unusual Presentation

Ectopic teeth can occur due to a developmental anomaly, iatrogenic cause or a pathological process. Dentigerous cysts surrounding impacted teeth often displace these teeth into ectopic positions. We report a case of ectopic tooth lying in the floor of orbit causing diplopia in the upward gaze. Removal of ectopic tooth resulted in resolution of symptoms. This case is reported to make clinicians aware that diplopia with missing dentition in child should arouse suspicion of ectopic tooth as cause of symptoms.

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