dens invaginatus


Case of the Week: Dens invaginatus with clinical photo

This week I have a case of dens invaginatus.  I have shown a case of dens invaginatus before but this time I have a clinical photo to show the infolding of the enamel.  This case is involving a mandibular premolar.  The radiograph shows a radiopaque inverted triangle with a radiolucent […]


Case of the Week: Dens invaginatus

This week I have a case of dens invaginatus.  Dens invaginatus is an infolding of enamel from the incisal or occlusal surface of a tooth.  It is most commonly associated with maxillary lateral incisors but can be found on many other teeth in the oral cavity.  This case is a […]