Tratamiento interceptivo en pacientes con caninos retenidos en maxilar superior

Autores/as

  • Madelen Mendoza Vera Odontologa
  • Darwin Ortiz De Orué Ninantay Universidad Nacional San Antonio Abad
  • Jorge Daniel Aguirre Universidad Tecnológica de México

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26871/killcanasalud.v6i3.947

Palabras clave:

Caninos, Diente retenido, Diente primario, Expansión Palatina

Resumen

Resumen

La retención de los caninos es una anomalía en la cual esta pieza dentaria se encuentra imposibilitada para erupcionar, ya sea por hueso o por dientes adyacentes. Es considerada retención cuando su erupción esta notablemente retrasada y existe evidencia clínica o radiográfica de que no va a proseguir con la misma. Tambien se menciona que es aquel que no ha logrado su erupción tras el total desarrollo de su raíz o si el contralateral ha erupcionado y han pasado al menos seis meses de su completa formación. Este es uno de los problemas con mayor prevalencia ya que los caninos superiores son las piezas que con mayor frecuencia se impactan en la dentición permanente después de los terceros molares Objetivo: Identificar el tratamiento interceptivo adecuado en pacientes con caninos retenidos en maxilar superior reportados en la literatura.

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2022-09-01
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Mendoza Vera, M., De Orué Ninantay, D. O. ., & Aguirre, J. D. (2022). Tratamiento interceptivo en pacientes con caninos retenidos en maxilar superior. Killkana Salud Y Bienestar, 6(3), 257–272. https://doi.org/10.26871/killcanasalud.v6i3.947

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