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Thanks for posting that link.
I had totally forgotten that one of my boys had a strange tooth. His left central incisor baby tooth came out, then, a small tooth came in, and fell out, and yet another tooth emerged. This one looked like a normal incisor but with several of these tiny, baby sized teeth attached to it. Very odd. Some of those extra parts broke off and our dentist used composite to fill in and around the front of the tooth to make it look normal. He had braces on it and everything. So far, so good. If and when the composite fails/breaks, he will need a crown.
Out of 13 children, he is the only one, so far, to have this strange tooth. He is also one of the ones with the worst EDS and POTS symptoms. ALL and I mean ALL, have had (most two phases due to needing to stretch that darn small palate or from cross bites) or will have braces due to small, high palate, severe crowding, jaw problems, etc. I myself had braces as a kid and then as an adult (done wrong as a kid for what my problem was) in conjunction with jaw surgery/TMJ repair, because my TMJ issues were so severe (half the condial was already worn away and I could barely chew). I knew all that went with EDS, but didn’t know about the “peg” type tooth.
I also have had an issue with roots starting to dissolve on molars. I thought I read somewhere this was part of EDS also.
If it isn’t one thing, it’s a hundred. 😉