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Impacted maxillary canines can be found on the buccal or palatal aspect, or deep within of the maxilla. Where the tooth is located affects the surgical approach

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  • Thanks a lot Dr , just any specification about the CBCT.name or size ? Or just maxilla CBCT

    Osama El Jaouhari, 04/19/2016
  • I would definitely get a CBCT and see what the bone looks like. I see too many failures in cases like this where only 2-dimensional imaging was used and the buccal plate was violated, resulting in failure of the implant.

    Dr. Jay Reznick, 04/18/2016
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