Shawneen M Gonzalez DDS, MS, Diplomate ABOMR received her DDS from the University of Washington School of Dentistry and an MS in Stomatology and a certificate in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology from the University of Iowa College of Dentistry. She is currently in private practice. Previously she held positions as the director of the oral and radiology clinic at Oregon Health and Science University School of Dentistry and the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry.
Dr. Gonzalez is a member of
- American Dental Association (ADA)
- American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (AAOMR)
- American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (ABOMR)
- American Dental Education Association (ADEA)
- International Association of Dentomaxillofacial Radiology (IADMFR)
I created this site as an answer to the repeated questions of where to find more radiographic examples of normal anatomy and disease processes when I was teaching. I hope you find this helpful in showing examples of radiographs as well as a basic overview of oral and maxillofacial radiology. If you should have any questions or would like to see any specific topics, please feel free to email me at DrGstoothpix (at) gmail (dot) com or leave a comment below. Thanks!
your answers are extremely useful.I appreciate it.
Dear Dr. Gonzalez,
I am currently undertaking a group project creating a dentistry based poster as part of the first year of my dentistry course (BDS) in Newcastle England. On behalf of my group could I ask for your permission to use some of the images from your site in our work?
Daniel J Nesbit
You are more than welcome to use images from this site. I ask that you reference where the images came from with either the site link or DrGstoothpix. I’d be very interested to see how your project turns out when your group is done with it if possible. Thank you for asking first.
Hello Dr. Gonzalez,
As a 3rd year dental student I have found your site very useful. I am also working on a presentation on ecoptic eruption of permanent first molars and was wondering if I could use some of your images on the site in my presentation. Thank you!
Chad, you are more than welcome to use images from this site I just ask that you list either me or the site as the source of the images. Thanks for asking.
I’m a D4 studying for the NERB and part 2 and this has been an incredible resource. Thank you.
So glad you’re finding this website helpful. Should you have any topics you’d be interested in seeing. Please let me know. Thanks.
This is an excellent resource- thank you for creating it. Keep up the good work!
I was a dental student at Iowa when you were getting your specialty training. Glad to see you are doing well, though I hope you are not a Nebraska fan!!
I’m glad to hear you find this site useful. Should you have any topic suggestions, please let me know.
P.S. No worries on the Nebraska fan, I’ve chosen to stay true to my Washington roots (Go Huskies!)
Dr Gonzalez I sent you a private message so you should maybe check out your inbox soon,
by the way, excellent website!
One question, forget the xrays, are you single?! I need you to take my boards!
You don’t want me to take your boards. I’m a little rusty on my pharm. 🙂
I found some very interesting information
This is an excellent blog, and a great rescource. I would like to ask permisson to use 2 of your bitewing radiographs, for a mock up treatment plan. This plan will be on the British Association of Dental Therapists website, as a tool for dentists to learn how to treatment plan to dental therapists. We do not charge for this and we would reference where the images came from.
Yes, you are welcome to use 2 of the bitewing radiographs as you put where they came from (as you said you would). I’m glad you find this site useful and if you have any topics you would like to see, please drop me a line and I will see what I can do. Thanks.
A great resource for dental radiology, a true inspiration! Dentistry in London UK
Dear Dr. Gonzalez,
great project and very educative. Keep on going and probably from time to time I might request permission for reblogging in case there are some interesting cbct’s.
Thanks for your kind comments. You are welcome to use some of my cases, I only ask that you provide the information of where you found them. Thanks.
Shawneen (Dr. G)
Great website with a lot of useful information. Love it. What are the radiographic signs of bifid condyle on a pano?
Ken, I will work on creating a page for bifid condyle but you will typically see what appears to be a notch on the superior aspect of 2D radiographs. (I know that is a little information). Page/cases coming soon. Thanks for asking. 🙂
Great effort,god bless you.
Tell me please how to subscribe to your website to get everything you write or download .
Thanks in advance
Thanks and I’m glad you find the website helpful. On the home page there is a place on the right side where you can follow the blog via email. Just enter your email into the box and click submit. 🙂
Dear Dr. Gonzalez,
I am studying for the Canadian boards, we have an exam called the ACJ, assessment of Clinical Judgement, which includes a radiology component. Your website has helped greatly. Thanks so much!!
Thanks for the kind comments. I’m soo glad to hear you are finding the website helpful. 😀
Dr. Gonzales, do you have any pantomographs of first molars with severe decay/breakdown when the other teeth have no restorations or caries? Like a case of Molar Incisor Hypomineralization or Developmental dental defects?
I’m still in search of cases I have saved of this. I know I’ve come across it before but apparently forgot to save an example. I hope to find a good case soon. 🙂
I bow down to my new classy Radio mentor , Shaween 🙂 🙂 🙂 . Thanks a lot 🙂 . Please keep updating and motivating us 🙂 . I would appreciate if I receive a mail from you . [email protected] ..thanks if .