Discussion in 'Dental' started by pk62281, Mar 28, 2012.
And just about every oral surgeon and/or oral surgeon wannabe is now DROOLING over their keyboard upon seeing that pic!
I like the single amalgam
No it's real. It's called hyperdontia
looks like a hippo.
No, it's clearly photoshopped. Supernumerary teeth do exist, but they don't present in a plane across the palate like that...
agreed - this is not real. not only because these are obviously the same tooth copied and pasted repeatedly, but think about how inflamed the peripheral "gingiva" would be around all of teeth given the palatal location. that gingiva is too purty and pink.
Yeah, of course we learn about this in school...I learned all about photoshop in school.
Yet another dead give away, no dentist would ever have done a single amalgam filling and ignored the 100 supernumerary teeth appearing in radiographs and/or the patients mouth
looks 'shopped. i can tell by the pixels.
Poor OP pre-dent. It's not real.
Supernumerary teeth are usually gnarly looking anyways if they erupt into the dentition.
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