Self‐evaluation Section

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Self‐evaluation Section

  1. Name and describe this case:
    Retracted front view of deformed teeth.
  2. Name and describe this case:
    Retracted occlusal view of the maxillary arch with dark spots on some of the premolars.
  3. Name and describe this case:
    Occlusal view displaying the central with the right lateral incisors.
  4. Name and describe this case:
    Occlusal view of the mandible with multiple missing teeth.
  5. Name and describe this case:
    Panoramic view displaying deformed teeth.
  6. Name and describe this case:
    Radiograph displaying dens evaginatus on the upper teeth.
  7. Name and describe this case:
    Panoramic radiograph of deformed teeth.
  8. Name and describe this case:
    Gloved fingers retracting the left side of the lip of a person with a missing first premolar tooth.
  9. Name and describe this case:
    Panoramic radiograph displaying unaligned teeth.
  10. Name and describe this case:
    Panoramic radiograph displaying missing molars.
  11. Name and describe this case:
    Panoramic radiograph displaying missing lower canine and upper right central incisors.
  12. Name and describe this case:
    Orthopantomograph of aligned teeth.
  13. Name and describe this case:
    Panoramic radiograph displaying missing teeth.
  14. Name and describe this case:
    Front retracted view of teeth with slight discoloration on the upper central incisors.
  15. Name and describe this case:
    Retracted view with discoloration on almost all teeth of the mandible.
  16. Name and describe this case:
    Panoramic radiograph of teeth with impacted molars on the mandible.
  17. Name and describe this case:
    Panoramic radiograph of teeth exhibiting dentin dysplasia.
  18. Name and describe this case:
    Panoramic radiograph of teeth with missing left central and lateral incisors on the maxillary arch and both canine on the mandible.
  19. Name and describe this case:
    Front view of teeth with geminated lower right lateral incisor with an
incisolabial cleft.
  20. Name and describe this case:
    Front retracted view of teeth with drug-induced gingival hyperplasia.
  21. Name and describe this case:
    Front retracted view of teeth with generalized enamel hypoplasia on the incisors and malformation of the lower set of teeth.
  22. Name and describe this case:
    Front retracted view of teeth with fused right primary central and lateral incisor.
  23. Name and describe this case:
    Front retracted view of teeth with abnormal growth of the right lateral incisor and a missing lateral incisor.
  24. Name and describe this case:
    Front retracted view of teeth with an upper left lateral incisor in “peg shape.” A transparent tube is inserted on the right side of the teeth.
  25. Name and describe this case:
    Front retracted view of teeth exhibiting dentin dysplasia.
  26. Name and describe this case:
    Occlusal view of malformed teeth with discoloration.
  27. Name and describe this case:
    Front view of teeth with an erupting tooth between the right lateral and premolars.

Jul 19, 2020 | Posted by in General Dentistry | Comments Off on Self‐evaluation Section
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