When teeth are growing, at least one tooth is lacking, a condition known as hypodontia. This disorder may affect both the very durable and important dentition. There are two varieties of dentition: a deciduous kind and an incredibly durable type. Tooth agenesis is the most common craniofacial abnormality in humans. It may manifest as a non-syndromic lone component or as a genetic irregularity. The cause of hypodontia, such as genetic or environmental factors, can be determined practically instantly.

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