The role of imaging in the assessment and management of the ectopic maxillary canine… Dr Louise Brown
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Accurate imaging of the ectopic maxillary canine assists the clinician to guide patients through complex decisions regarding treatment options and the potential effects on the adjacent teeth.
The ectopic maxillary canine impacts on many aspects of dental treatment planning. Accurate imaging of the ectopic maxillary canine assists the clinician to guide patients through complex decisions regarding treatment options and the potential effects on the adjacent teeth.
• To review the development of the maxillary canine tooth
• To identify the impact of the ectopic maxillary canine on adjacent structures
• To discriminate the normal tooth follicle from pathology associated with impacted maxillary canine teeth
• To choose appropriate imaging techniques to accurately formulate treatment options in the management of the ectopic maxillary canine tooth
Dr Louise Brown
The only clinical dentist in Australia registered in three specialities – dentomaxillofacial radiology, periodontics and public health dentistry – Dr Louise Brown has established her own teleradiology dental reporting business (Teledent Dental Imaging Diagnostics). She has served on many professional bodies and is a past President of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Periodontists. She holds the honorary position of Associate Professor at the University of Queensland School of Dentistry.