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Paramolars are extra teeth that are usually seen near the teeth, either buccally or palatally. Teeth can either be impacted in the bone or seen in oral cavity. They can disrupt the developing dentition in a variety of ways. In most situations, the paramolars are found unilaterally between the 2nd and 3rd molars, but in a rare cases, it was found bilaterally between the 2nd and 3rd molars or distal to the third molar. Bilateral maxillary paramolars are infrequently reported in the dental literature. The treatment of bilateral maxillary paramolars and a distoangular maxillary molar in a 22-year-old male patient is described in this article.
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