Definition: Outfolding of enamel from the occlusal or incisal surface of a tooth. There may be a small pulp horn in this outfolding of enamel. This is less common than dens invaginatus.
Location: Most commonly found associated with lateral incisors and premolars.
Internal: Radiopaque, radiopacity of enamel.
Number: Singular with each tooth, may be multiple in the mouth.
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(left – circle showing triangular radiopacity on occlusal surface) (right – without the circle)
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An excellent resource with clearly explained information and well complied data. thanks for sharing!
Thanks. I’m glad you find everything helpful. 🙂
Hello Dr Gonzalez, Thank you so much for this perfect resource,Can you please add more X-rays for training for caries,Thanks
I hope you saw the cases that went up this week. More will be coming next month. 🙂