The transposition is a failure of tooth eruption manifested by exchanging the position of two permanent teeth. This is not common in an orthodontic office, but when presented, represents a major challenge as it can pose various therapeutic approaches for resolution and often it is not easy to make the best decision. This article highlights the different clinical forms with which we can find, and mark guidelines to help establish a good treatment plan.
(Rev Esp Ortod. 2013;43(4):228-234)