Radiology
In order to create a patient's treatment plan, the complete extent of existing pathology must be known. Radiology is key in accessing this information.
Image 11.1. Maxillary premolars and molars
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Image 11.2. Impacted second premolar
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Image 11.3. Impacted mandibular 3rd molar
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Image 11.4. Radiology Positioning
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Position for maxillary premolars
 

Image 11.5. Mandibular incisors (radiograph)
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Look for a black space separating the mandibular rami distal to simpysis
 
Image 11.6. Mandibular premolars and molars (radiograph)
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Look for radiolucent (black areas) above and below the jaw
 

Image 11.7. Marked bone loss
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Image 11.8. Horizontal bone loss
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Image 11.9. F2 furcation exposure
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Image 11.10. Vertical bone loss
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Image 11.11. Internal resorption
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Image 11.12. Class 3FORL mandibular molar
Class 3FORL mandibular molar
 

Image 11.13. FORL
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Stage 5 forl 3rd pm, stage 3 forl 4th pm, stage 4 periodontal disease first molar
 
Image 11.14. Impacted Maxillary Canine tooth
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Image 11.15. Canine internal and external resorptive lesions
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Image 11.16. Maxillary 4th premolar
Maxillary 4th premolar
Swelling at the mucogingival line of the maxillary 4th premolar
 

Image 11.17. Periapical Disease
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Image 11.18. Maxillary Premolars
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Image 11.19. Mandibular Molars
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Table of Contents
Dental Encyclopedia
Jan Bellows, DVM, AVDC, ABVP

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The Smile Book III
A text on Canine Periodontal Disease Diagnosis and Therapy
1. Introduction
2. Dental Anatomy
3. Endodontics
4. Orthodontics
5. Periodontics
6. Crown Preparation
7. Feline Dentistry
8. Dental Pediatrics
9. Exotic Dentistry
10. Jaw Fractures
11. Radiology
12. Instruments
13. Materials
14. Equipment
15. Professional Teeth Cleaning
16. Developmental Abnormalities
17. Oral Surgery
18. The Dental Chart
19. Dental Terminology
20. Case Study (endo-perio)
21. Case Study (Avulsed tooth)
22. Case Study (Fractured Premolar)
23. Case Study (Interesting Kitty Case)
24. Case Study (Reason to Radiograph)
25. Case Study (Crown reduction)
26. Case Study (Ouch)
27. Case Study (Cystic Mass)
28. Case Study (Oral Nasal Fistula)
29. Case Study (TM Ankylosis)

 



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