• Pediatric Dentist
    Chad W Ellsworth, DMD, MS
    Jeffrey A Cox, DDS
    Levi J Sorenson, DMD
    Sulabh H Shroff, DMD

    General Dentist
    Limited to Children

    Jeffrey A Kinner, DDS

    Orthodontist
    Alfred A Thresher, DDS

  • Pediatric Dentist
    Chad W Ellsworth, DMD, MS
    Jeffrey A Cox, DDS
    Levi J Sorenson, DMD
    Sulabh H Shroff, DMD

    General Dentist
    Limited to Children

    Jeffrey A Kinner, DDS

    Orthodontist
    Alfred A Thresher, DDS

Ectopic Eruption

Ectopic eruption is when a tooth erupts in the wrong location. This happens most often with the permanent canines and molars. The usual treatment is simply to remove the baby tooth next to the ectopic tooth. If a back molar is involved, an orthodontic device can sometimes be placed to help the molar move into the right location.

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