Endoscopic removal of a supernumerary tooth from the nasal cavity in an adult

Ali Sanei-Moghaddam, Nicholas Hyde, Peter Williamson
British Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 2009, 47 (6): 484-5
Eruption of a tooth into the nasal cavity is a rare event. However it is important to identify such a condition as it has the potential to cause significant morbidity. We report a unique case of intranasal supernumerary tooth erupted into nasal causing significant nasal symptoms in an otherwise healthy patient which was removed endoscopically.

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