Dens invaginatus

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Dens invaginatus
ICD-10 K00.2
ICD-9 520.2

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Dens invaginatus, also known as dens in dente, is a condition found in teeth where the outer surface folds inward. There are coronal and radicular forms, with the coronal form being more common.

References

  • Kahn, Michael A. Basic Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. Volume 1. 2001.



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