Non-syndromic Multiple Supernumerary Premolars: Clinicoradiographic Report of Five Cases

Renu Tanwar, Vipul Jaitly, Aadya Sharma, Rashmi Heralgi, Munish Ghangas, Munish Ghangas, Ankur Bhagat


Hyperdontia or supernumerary teeth in both arches without any syndromic manifestation are extremely rare. Supernumerary teeth are commonly associated with Gardner’s syndrome, cleft lip and palate, cleidocranial dysplasia and trichorhinophalangeal syndrome. Five cases of non-syndromic multiple premolars of maxillary and mandibular arches in Indian patients are presented here. This case series reports three cases with multiple (9 in maximum), bilaterally impacted and erupted supernumerary teeth and two cases with supernumerary premolars in non-syndromic cases from Indian patients. Supernumerary teeth can be present in any region of the oral cavity. Although the occurrence of maxillary para-premolars is rare, radiological investigations play a major and decisive role in determining the management of such cases.


Para-premolars, supernumerary teeth, supplemental teeth

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