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.
UPLOAD YOUR DENTAL PANORAMIC X-RAYS OR DENTAL CT-SCANThis is a valuable tool and required by your dentist to assess the areas of your mouth that you would like to address. It can be no more than 6 months old and can be obtained with your local dentist.
UPLOAD YOUR DENTAL PHOTOGRAPHSTaking photos of your teeth is also required.
1. Photographs should clearly show your teeth as per the examples below.2. Photographs should be recent and certainly not more than 6 month old.3. Photographs should be clear, and in focus.