This week is a really cool case of a dens evaginatus erupting onto the plane of occlusion. Dens evaginatus is an outfolding of the enamel from the occlusal surface of a tooth, which is opposite of dens invaginatus. On this case, look at the mandibular second premolar which appears to have a vertical projection of enamel in the follicle.
The second radiograph is after the exfoliation of the primary teeth with more of the crown of the second premolar evident.
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