Esthetic Restoration of Multiple Congenitally Missing Anterior Teeth with Oral Implants: A Clinical Case Report

Having congenitally missing anterior teeth heavily influences the patient’s countenance and pronunciation. In particular, the prevalence of dental agenesis in women is 1.37 times higher than that in men. Patients with congenitally missing anterior teeth usually suffer from deviated upper and lower midlines, abnormal overlap and overbite, retention of deciduous teeth, reduction of lower facial height, reduced chewing ability, and other functional problems.1

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