Nipple adenoma in a young female: A case report

Ezgi Aktaş Karabay ◽  
Elif Moustafa ◽  
İlayda Uysal ◽  
Hülya Armutlugöynük ◽  
Pınar Özay Nayır
2019 ◽  
Vol 13 (1) ◽  
pp. 371-376
Abduljabbar Mohammed Alsameai ◽  
Basema Abdullah Khabaz ◽  
Mohammed Abdo Alraawi ◽  
Mohammed M Al Moaleem

Introduction: Maxillary canines play strategic roles in maintaining the normal function and visibility of teeth. However, rare cases of bilateral permanent congenitally missing maxillary canines were occurring. Replacing these missing canines with dental implant prostheses is an optimal treatment plan for aesthetics and functions. Case Report: In this case report, we described the replacement of bilateral maxillary canines with osseointegrated implants to support all-ceramic prostheses for a young female patient. This treatment avoids the conventional preparation of adjacent teeth as a part of prosthetic reconstructions. In addition to that, all-ceramic crowns are biocompatible with oral cavity structures. Conclusion: The stable short-term result has been achieved with the replacement of the bilateral congenitally missed canines with an implant and cemented all-ceramic crowns, with 3-years cumulative success rate.

2017 ◽  
Vol 11 (4) ◽  
pp. 475-479
Wilfredo Alejandro González-Arriagada ◽  
Sebastián Wilson ◽  
José Bastías ◽  
Enrique Steffens ◽  
Ricardo Moreno

2020 ◽  
Vol 115 (1) ◽  
pp. S884-S884
Victoria B. Poplaski ◽  
Xi Lei Zeng ◽  
Rama Yerramilli ◽  
Zhouwen Tang ◽  
Sarah Blutt ◽  

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