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What is the symptom called when someone never develops teeth?

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Dr. steven Present
Dentistry
4 doctors agree

In brief: Anodontia

When someone is congenitally missing all of their teeth it is called anodontia.
If someone develops fewer then the normal amount of teeth it is called oligodontia. Anodontia is not very common and is a genetic disorder.An examples of which is ectodermal dysplasia.

In brief: Anodontia

When someone is congenitally missing all of their teeth it is called anodontia.
If someone develops fewer then the normal amount of teeth it is called oligodontia. Anodontia is not very common and is a genetic disorder.An examples of which is ectodermal dysplasia.
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics
2 doctors agree

In brief: Missing teeth

Annodontia or partial hypodontia.

In brief: Missing teeth

Annodontia or partial hypodontia.
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