In a fifteen-year-old girl, bilaterally impacted permanent maxillary canines were established. A difficult palatinal placement and an apical deviation were found in both teeth. Surgical exposure of the canines, followed by orthodontic traction was not desirable. Both remaining primary canines showed signs of resorption. Autogenous transplantation of the maxillary canines was the treatment chosen.
|Publicatiedatum||6 september 2019|
|Editie||Ned Tijdschr Tandheelkd - Jaargang 126 - editie 9 - september 2019; 429-435|