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Evaluation of site 23
Approximately 11.3mm of bone height is available at 5.0mm buccolingual bone width at site 23.
Suboptimal orientation of guide marker
The guide marker is oriented mesially and an implant placed in this orientation would impinge upon tooth 22.
1. External resorption in tooth 11
Tooth 11 exhibits external resorption with an origin at the palatal surface of the cervical third of the root. This resorption has an irregular shape and has extended into the cervical third of the root. The resorptive defect has surrounded the root canal of the tooth. It may not be possible to arrest this resorption.
2. External resorption on tooth 21
Tooth 21 exhibits external resorption with an origin at the cementoenamel junction on the palatal surface of the root. This resorptive defect is more extensive than the resorption in tooth 11 and extends through the cervical half of the root. The shape of the resorptive defect is irregular with poorly defined edges, which suggests that it may not be possible to arrest its progression.
Normal tooth 22
Tooth 22 appears normal radiographically. No signs of periradicular or endodontic pathology are present.
3. External resorption on tooth 24Bu
Tooth 24 exhibits resorption of its buccal root surface at the level of the cervical third of the root. This resorptive defect extends to the depth of the pulp chamber.