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Fig. 1 | BMC Oral Health

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From: Three years of follow-up of otodental syndrome in 3-year-old Chinese boy: a rare case report

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Frontal view of the patient’s of primary dentition. (a) Only primary incisors with normal size and shape have erupted at a 3-year-age. (b) Canines and left maxillary first primary molar erupted at 4-year-age. Hypomineralized yellow spots on the buccal of mandibular primary canines (black arrows) and a white spots on the buccal of maxillary primary canines (blue arrows) were observed. (c) Left maxillary second primary molar and right maxillary first primary molar erupted (yellow arrows) at 5-year-age. (d) All primary teeth erupted by a 6-year-age. Green arrows indicate the primary teeth erupted at a 6-year

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