Talon cusp is a rare dental anomaly which consists of a supernumerary projection from the cingulum towards the incisal edge of the tooth. The cusp is made up of enamel and dentin but pulpal tissue may or may not be present. The occurrence of mandibular talon cusp is a rare entity with only 58 cases reported until now. This article reports a case of talon cusp on a mandibular central incisor along with a literature review of all mandibular talon cusp reported in history.
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