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Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare
Supernumerary nasal tooth are not rare. Their incidence is around 3% in general population. They present with varying symptoms. The clinical manifestations of intranasal teeth are quite variable; however, intranasal teeth can be an incidental finding during routine examination in patients without nasal discomfort. Our patient had nasal obstruction as the main symptom. The intranasal tooth was removed endoscopically.doi:10.18410/jebmh/2014/110 fatcat:zxorhgmmbrcjvbihgqp2pivkoq