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Enamel pearl Classification & external resources
enamel pearl is a condition of teeth where enamel is found on locations where enamel is not supposed to be, such as on a root surface. They are found usually in the area between roots, which is called a furcation, of molars. Enamel pearls are not common in teeth with a single root.
Kahn, Michael A. Basic Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. Volume 1. 2001.
Oral Pathology: Oral pathology (K00-K14, 520-529) Developmental Anomalies Anodontia/ Hypodontia - Hyperdontia - abnormalities of size and form of teeth ( Concrescence, Fusion, Gemination, Dens evaginatus/ Talon cusp, Dens invaginatus, Enamel pearl, Macrodontia, Microdontia, Taurodontism) - disturbances in tooth formation ( Dilaceration, Regional odontodysplasia, Turner's hypoplasia) - other hereditary disturbances in tooth structure ( Amelogenesis imperfecta, Dentinogenesis imperfecta, Dentin dysplasia) Hard, Soft and Periapical Tissues Attrition - Abrasion - Ankylosis - Dental caries - Denticles - Erosion - External resorption - Fluorosis - Gingivitis - Impaction - Internal resorption - Periodontitis - Pulpitis - Ulcer Dentofacial Anomalies Malocclusion - Micrognathism - Prognathism - Retrognathism - Temporomandibular joint disorder Maxillomandibular anomalies Odontogenic keratocyst - Torus mandibularis - Torus palatinus - Cherubism - Ameloblastoma Salivary glands Drooling - Benign lymphoepithelial lesion - Necrotizing sialometaplasia - Ranula - Sialadenitis - Sialolithiasis - Stomatitis - Xerostomia - Aphthous ulcer Lip and Oral mucosa Angular cheilitis - Erythroplakia - Hairy leukoplakia - Leukoplakia Tongue Geographic tongue - Fissured tongue - Glossitis - Glossodynia - Black hairy tongue
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