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ICD-10 K00.0
ICD-9 520.0

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]


In dentistry, anodontia, also called anodontia vera, is a rare genetic disorder characterized by the congenital absence of all primary or permanent teeth. It is associated with the group of skin and nerve syndromes called the ectodermal dysplasias. Anodontia is usually part of a syndrome and seldom occurs as an isolated entity.

Partial anodontia, known as hypodontia or oligodontia, is the congenital absence of one or more teeth. Congenital absence of all wisdom teeth, or third molars, is relatively common.

See also

  • hyperdontia, meaning more than the usual number of teeth