Impacted Canine Management:
Oral Implantology

7 Useful Tips 

Dental implantology has evolved a lot in the last decades having to face some situations that some years ago we would have never imagine. One of those situations is how to deal with impacted Canines.

Maxillary canines are the 2nd most common dental inclusion only after third molars. Many of these inclusions are diagnosed in teenagers.

When this happens, orthodontic treatment should always be the first option.

But, what do we do when due to some other reason we find the inclusion in an adult patient?

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