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ENAMEL DEFECTS
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Enamel hypoplasia (EH)
 
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Enamel hypomineralization (EH) (hypocalcification)
 

DENTIN STAINING
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Yellow stained incisors from tetracycline use
 
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Yellow stained incisors, canines and premolars from tetracycline use
 

CLINICALLY MISSING TEETH
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Clinically missing mandibular second premolar
 
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Radiograph confirms missing tooth
 
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Clinically missing mandibular first premolar
 

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Radiograph displaying horizontally impacted first premolar and bone loss
 
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Clinically missing mandibular first premolar
 
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Radiograph displaying diagonally impacted first premolar
 

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Clinically missing mandibular canine
 
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Radiograph displaying embedded malformed canine
 

ROTATED TOOTH (ROT)
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Incisor
 
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Maxillary left third premolar
 

SUPERNUMERARY TEETH (SN)
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Supernumerary maxillary first premolar
 
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Supernumerary maxillary incisor
 

FUSION
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Clinical appearance of fused maxillary incisor
 
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Fusion of the left first and second maxillary incisors
 

GEMINI
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Gemination of the maxillary left second primary incisor
 
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Gemination of the maxillary first premolar
 
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Radiograph of the geminated tooth
 

PERSISTENT PRIMARY (DECIDUOUS) TEETH (DT) CANINE
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Persistent mandibular incisors and canines
 
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Persistent maxillary canine
 
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Persistent mandibular fourth premolar
 

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Radiograph of impacted permanent mandibular fourth premolar
 

PERSISTENT PRIMARY (DECIDUOUS) TEETH (DT) FELINE
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Maxillary persistent canines (anterior view)
 
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Maxillary persistent canine (buccal view)
 

Table of Contents
Smile Book IV
Small Animal Dental Anatomy, Pathology, and Charting
(2004)
Jan Bellows, D.V.M. Diplomate, American Veterinary Dental College
About The Author
Introduction
Dental Charting
Abbreviations
Normal Canine Dental Anatomy
Normal Feline Dental Anatomy
Congenital Dental Pathology
Periodontal Disease
Periodontal Examination
The Traumatized Tooth
Fractured Tooth Classification
Odontoclastic Resorption
Occlusion/Normal
Malocclusion
Benign Oral Masses
Malignant Oral Masses
Glossary
Drug Inserts

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