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Full-mouth rehabilitation in a Stevens-Johnson syndrome patient with severely worn dentition and abnormal root development

Oral Biology Research 2020년 44권 3호 p.118 ~ 126
박연희, 류리, 안승근, 김경아, 서재민,
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박연희 ( Park Yeon-Hee ) - Chonbuk National University School of Dentistry Department of Prosthodontics
류리 ( Ryu Ri ) - Chonbuk National University School of Dentistry Department of Prosthodontics
안승근 ( Ahn Seung-Geun ) - Chonbuk National University School of Dentistry Department of Prosthodontics
김경아 ( Kim Kyoung-A ) - Eulji University School of Medicine Department of Dentistry
서재민 ( Seo Jae-Min ) - Chonbuk National University School of Dentistry Department of Prosthodontics

Abstract


Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) is a cytotoxic immune disorder that causes serious damage to the skin and mucous membranes. SJS is a rare disorder that is triggered by particular medications or infections. De Man (1979), for the first time, described an abnormal root development due to SJS. While systemic complications were frequently reported, the abnormal root development in SJS has been rarely reported as an oral and maxillofacial complication of SJS. In this case report, a 26-year-old woman who had experienced SJS at the age of 9 year exhibited excessive tooth wear on whole dentition. While multiple teeth with incomplete root development showed slightly increased mobility, these teeth were not pathological and were erupted up to their normal functional position. Therefore, full-mouth rehabilitation procedures were completed to protect the worn dentition and improve the masticatory function and anterior esthetics.

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Dental enamel hypoplasia; Mouth rehabilitation; Stevens-Johnson syndrome; Tooth abnormalities; Tooth wear

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