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An impacted tooth is the one that fails to erupt in the oral cavity within the expected age of its eruption. Usually such impacted teeth tend to be asymptomatic in most of the cases making the condition difficult to diagnose clinically. Radiographic examination is necessary to accurately localize the position of the impacted tooth. Maxillary canines are the second most common impacted teeth in the oral cavity after mandibular third molars. Such impaction should be managed with the help of coordinated multidisciplinary approach. In this article, one such case of impacted maxillary canine along with bilateral missing lateral incisors has been discussed.