Dental Charting - powerpoint world

Dental Charting - powerpoint world

Dental Charting * Document clinical findings * Baseline for future treatment * Assist in patient education

* Aide in treatment planning Form to record information on

Symbols serve as shorthand for communication Hard tissue charting

Blue = Restoration Red = Pathology

Amalgam Restoration Indicate all surfaces with filling in blue

Amalgam Composite/Sealant

* All resin restorations use symbol for composite * Indicate surface restorted

Composite Temporary Restorations * Can be a variety of materials (resin, acrylic,

amalgam, eugenol base) * Purpose is interim - healing(deep decay), procedure in progress, etc.

Temporary Restorations Castings/Crown and Bridge

* Gold * Porcelain * Porcelain fused to metal

Gold Porcelain

Porcelain Fused to Metal Has both porcelain and metal symbols

Fixed Partial Dentures * Symbol of material

used * Connect teeth with line

Caries All decay from incipient to gross caries will be indicated in red at location/surface of tooth

Decay Incipient Caries

Recurrent Caries/Defective Restoration

Tooth Symbols Broken Tooth

Root Canal Treatment Periodontal Charting

* Entries in red * Identify tooth and soft tissue defects

Malposed Tooth Open Contact

Furcation Involvement Overhang

Gingival Recession Papillary Hyperplasia

Loss of Papilla Gingival Cleft

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