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Impacted Permanent Teeth, Attempted Repair and Eventual Tooth Loss - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Impacted Permanent Teeth, Attempted Repair and Eventual Tooth Loss - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit begins with an anterior skeletal view of the jaw and teeth showing impacted canine teeth. A cross-section of the maxilla provides an alternate view of this condition. Next, two additional views show the post-operative condition, in which the primary teeth have been removed and the permanent teeth pulled down, leaving spaces in the maxilla. Finally, an anterior portrait shows the resulting condition, in which the patient has lost all six of her front upper permanent teeth.

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