Endoscopic Supernumerary Canine Tooth Extraction in an Adult Presented with Acute Nasal Blockage : A Case Report

Nur Syazwani Mohd Salehuddin, Ramiza Ramza Ramli, Azliana Aziz


Intranasal ectopic tooth, which can be derived from either supernumerary, deciduous or permanent tooth, is generally a rare event. Their existence can cause a wide array of complication such as epistaxis, nasal blockage, nasal pain, rhinosinusitis, septal deviation, septal abscess as well as oronasal fistula. We highlight a case of a canine supernumerary tooth that erupted at floor of nasal cavity, causing an acute unilateral nasal blockage, and managed successfully with an endoscopic nasal tooth extraction.

International Journal of Human and Health Sciences Vol. 03 No. 04 October’19 Page : 235-237


Ectopic tooth; supernumerary; nasal floor; extraction; endoscopy; nasal blockage

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31344/ijhhs.v3i4.108


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