Associated syndromes[ edit ] Hypodontia and anodontia are frequently associated with a multitude of genetic disorders and syndromes, approximately Three syndromes which classically have signs of anodontia are oculomandibulodyscephaly, mesoectodermal dysplasia and ectodermal dysplasia. In cases of oculomandibulodyscephaly there are no permanent teeth but there are deciduous teeth present. In mesoectodermal dysplasia the symptoms are anodontia and hypodontia. In cases of ectodermal dysplasia oligodontia is also present. Complications[ edit ] The complications associated with anodontia can vary but the majority results in problems with aesthetic appearance and masticatory function.
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Submit a new question I was born with no permanent teeth at all. No one else in my family has this condition. What are the chances that my offspring may also have this condition?
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