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Learning Objectives:

1. Identify the most common types of dental anomalies and their key characteristics.
2. Understand the potential causes and associated risk factors for each anomaly.
3. Determine the different clinical signs and symptoms of dental anomalies during patient examinations.
4. Detect the potential impacts of different anomalies on oral health outcomes, including caries susceptibility, periodontal health, and occlusion.
5. Facilitate appropriate plans for patient education, referral, and collaboration with dentists based on the specific anomaly and patient needs.

Dental anomalies, deviations from typical tooth number, size, shape, or position, are diverse and often pose unique challenges for dental professionals. This session equips dental hygienists with the knowledge and skills to effectively recognize and manage these anomalies in their patients. We will explore common anomalies such as agenesis, microdontia, macrodontia, supernumerary teeth, impactions, and transpositions, highlighting their potential clinical implications across various aspects of patient care. Hygienists can play a crucial role in early
detection, referral, and comprehensive oral health management by understanding the etiology, diagnosis, and potential complications associated with different anomalies.

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