Pediatric dentistry: Dental anomalies in children

Dental Health: Current Research.ISSN: 2470-0886

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Pediatric dentistry: Dental anomalies in children

Toshbekov Rustam

Private Dental Practice, Uzbekistan

: Dent Health Curr Res


Developmental defects of the human dentition are not uncommon and can adversely affect the physical and psychological health of children. This study reviews briefly the most common dental defects that can occur during childhood and discusses various factors during the apposition and in more detail defects of enamel and dentine. Guidelines are provided for clinicians to identify children who deviate from normal dental development in order to provide development. Defective formation of the appropriate interventions or make appropriate referrals.

Clinical Relevance: Most children with dental anomalies will present initially to their general dental practitioner. It is of the utmost importance that these cases are not misdiagnosed or left untreated.


Toshbekov Rustam has completed his Graduation from Tashkent State Dentistry University with Honors with a degree in Pediatric Dentistry. He developed a plan that can help to address the patient’s unique needs and structure.


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