Universal numbering system for dental
Below is the Universal numbering system for dental. Please identify those teeth you are most concerned with. Provide a brief description of the problem for each quadrant.
The 4 quadrants are designated:
Within each quadrant, the teeth are numbered as in the Palmer notation: 1-8 for permanent and A-E for deciduous, both starting at the midline.
UPLOADING YOUR DENTAL PHOTOSAccurate and clear photographs are a valuable tool for your dentist to conduct a virtual consultation of the areas of your mouth that you would like to address. Once reviewed by the dentist with feedback and recommendations we can prepare a FirmQuote™ and begin to plan your dental holiday.
PHOTOGRAPH REQUIREMENT:Taking photos of your teeth and forwarding them to us for the dentist to comment is required. This will help to provide a better recommendation on what dental procedures would be best for you. We appreciate that getting clear pictures is not easy, but having a front view, with your lips retracted by your fingers and a top and bottom photo will assist.
When taking photos please consider the following:
1. The photographs should clearly show your teeth as per the photographs below.2. Photographs should be recent and certainly not more than 6 month old.3. Photographs should be clear, and in focus. 4. Photographs should not be less than 200kb.
DENTAL EXAMSIn addition to your photos we will require a recent panoramic x-ray or Dental Ct-scan (for dental implants) and not more than 6 months old. This can be obtained from your local dentist, referred to a local xray facility by a local dentist, or available without a referral at some local private exam facilities in your area.
If you do not have the information above please let us know so we can make arangements on arrival.