Figure 2-5. - Sample of old SF 603, back side.
The teeth are separated on the exam form to facilitate illustrating supernumerary teeth, mixed dentition, and interproximal restorations. If a restoration exists interproximally with no occlusal component, use the space to draw the restoration. When indicating fixed partial dentures, ignore the spaces. Draw the prosthesis and indicate the materials and teeth involved in the Remarks section as usual.
Use the following symbols and notations to complete the top section of the Forensic Examination form to record existing restorations, existing teeth, missing teeth, prosthetic appliances, and variation of normal conditions (non-disease). Use black ink with the following symbols and notations. MANMED chapter 6, also gives details on these symbols and notations.
Note: These same symbols are used for Box 2 on the Current Status Form.
- Draw a large "X" on the root or roots of teeth not visible in the mouth. Figure 2-7 illustrates teeth #6, #11, and #12 as missing or extracted teeth.
- Make crossing lines each running from the uppermost aspect of one thirdContinue Reading