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Lingually displaced mandibular canines in pups and adults: a new epidemic?

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Figure 1 Lingually displaced left mandibular canine.
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Figure 2 Note severe damage to hard palate.
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Figure 3 Radiograph showing the left canine immediately after crown reduction/pulpectomy.
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Figure 4 Radiograph of the same tooth 18 weeks postoperatively.

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