Multiple mandibular impactions secondary to hyperdontia refer to a dental condition where an excess number of teeth, a condition known as hyperdontia, causes multiple teeth in the lower jaw (mandible) to become impacted.

Impacted teeth are those that are unable to erupt properly into the mouth due to obstruction by other teeth, dense bone, or soft tissue. This condition can lead to various complications, including misalignment of teeth, pain, swelling, and increased risk of cyst formation or infection.

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