Dr. Greta Yordanova, Dr. Gergana Gurgurova, Dr. Martin Mladenov
Abstract: Arrested eruption have these first permanent molar that are not in reached functional position within the oral cavity and come into occlusal contact. The aim of the clinical analysis is to find out the frequency of arrested eruption of first molar, the etiology of this disorder among our clinical cases. From these 212 patients we find out 7 cases (3.30 %). All of the cases were observed at patient in age between 7-8 years. Six of the patients were female and one was male (ratio 61). The first visit of the patients was with complaints of smoothed aesthetic in frontal area.
Keywords: Arrested eruption, tooth agenesis, first permanent molar, dentition, tooth ankylosis