Dental Topics for Plastic Surgeons, Part Two: Abnormal Tooth Development, Conditions, and Treatment
The Journal of craniofacial surgery
Conditions that affect dental and periodontal structures receive sparse coverage in the plastic surgery literature, yet a working knowledge of this subject matter is important in certain areas of clinical practice and a fundamental understanding is part of plastic surgery competency tested on the in-service and written board examinations. This four-part series written to provide plastic surgeons with a working knowledge of dental topics that may be relevant to their clinical practice. This section, Part II, covers abnormal tooth development and related conditions.
Zajac, J., Mantilla-Rivas, E., Manrique, M., Aivaz, M., Ramirez-Suarez, K., Wang, R., Oh, A., Tate, A., & Rogers, G. (2020). Dental Topics for Plastic Surgeons, Part Two: Abnormal Tooth Development, Conditions, and Treatment. The Journal of craniofacial surgery, 31 (5). http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/SCS.0000000000006598