Clinical and radiological examinations State of eruption. Pericoronal tissues. Second molar and the impacted tooth. Classification of impaction. Relation to important anatomical structures. Possibility of jaw fracture. Difficult access to the field.
Relation of tooth to the ramus and the second molar Class I. Class II. Class III.
State of eruption Erupted. Unerupted. Partially erupted.
Angulation and position Vertical. Mesioangular. Distoangular. Horizontal. Transverse displacement. Aberrant position.
Class 1:Class 1:In the palatel. Class 2:Class 2:In the buccal surface. Class 3:Class 3:In both palatal and in a labial sides. Class 4:Class 4:In the alvelous. Class 5:Class 5:In the edentulous maxilla.
1. Clinical examination Bulge. Deflection of related teeth.
2. Radiological examination a. Intra-oral.d. Steroscopic. b. Occlusal.e. Tomograms. c. Shift-sketch.f. OPT and extra oral.