Barbara and Megha, thanks for posting! My daughter’s right incisor is a peg tooth with a normal sized root and her left incisor is normal. She is my youngest of five and the only one with a peg tooth. She is also the one of my kids who I’d say has the most EDS symptoms and the worst asthma. I somehow missed that she had lost that tooth and it came in that way because she lost a lot of baby teeth at one time. I actually thought it was still her baby tooth and I asked the dentist about it. He missed it at first… said it was a baby tooth just late to lose it and then came out to the waiting room and said he looked at the xrays again and it had adult sized roots. He said she could have it capped when the adjacent permanent tooth comes in. It has but so far she seems to kind of like her tiny tooth but she’s only 10 now. I told her to let me know if she wants to get it capped. The dentist said it was genetic and asked about family but as far as we know neither side has had it before. I wonder if it is EDS related? I know that high palates, crowded teeth, and TMJ are related. Hmmmm…?