Dr. Amit Bhardwaj, Dr. Tanu Joshi, Dr. Kratika Mishra, Dr. Vikas Sharma
Abstract: Hypodontia is the congenital absence of <6 teeth because of agenesis. This may be unilateral or bilateral. Multiple treatment choices are advisable to treat hypodontia, including the maintenance of primary teeth or equal space redistribution for restorative treatment with partial adhesive bridges, tooth transplantation, and implants. However, an interdisciplinary approach is the ideal treatment of hypodontia. This case report narrates the multidisciplinary approach to treat a bilaterally congenitally missed maxillary canine and bilateral peg shaped maxillary lateral incisor, how to enhance patients smile using orthodontic fixed appliance, and porcelain laminates and bridge to attain the treatment outcome of function and aesthetic.
Keywords: Hypodontia, Interdisciplinary, aesthetics