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Clinical and orthopantomogram findings were very suggestive of erupting third molars having a definitive role in causing anterior crowding.
The diagnosis of giant salivary calculus of the submandibular gland duct was confirmed by intraoral examination, transoral occlusal radiograph and Orthopantomogram (OPG) that showed a radiopaque oval shaped mineralized structure about 18mm long and 6mm large located in floor of mouth in the anterior region (Fig.
AbstractObjectives: To see the correlation between changes in incisure depth of mandible on an orthopantomogram with bone mineral density and whether or not it can be employed for screening and early detection of osteoporosis.
An orthopantomogram showed a widening of the inferior dental nerve canal and signs of bony resorption.
The aim of this study was to assess the values of gonial angle on orthopantomogram (OPG) and correlate them with the respective values on lateral cephalogram in order to determine the diagnostic capability of OPG for vertical facial pattern.
Radiographs like dental occlusal view and orthopantomogram were unremarkable.
Most of the authors have used lateral cephalometric radiograph, but because of least amount of superimposition, orthopantomogram (OPG) is considered a more accurate radiograph to evaluate the position of the third molar.
Basic radiographic investigations like intra oral periapical radiograph, orthopantomogram, postero-anterior face/mandible, occlusal view and chest radiograph were carried out where deemed appropriate.
The study was conducted by studying Orthopantomogram (OPG) of patients attending the Oral Diagnosis department.
All the cephalograms were taken using digital orthopantomogram.
Orthopantomogram (OPG) showed supernumerary deciduous and permanent teeth.