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Figure 2: Panoramic radiographs with marking of tissue components, not visible radiographically. Panoramic radiograph of a girl 10 years old. Red line drawings indicate areas where ectodermal mucosa is important for tooth development. The red lines mark the site of the inner enamel epithelium between enamel and dentin and the epithelial lining of Malassez along the root contour. Furthermore, the lines indicate the ectoderm of the crown follicle in non-erupted teeth, b: Panoramic radiograph of an adult female. The figure demonstrates the fields in the jaws with different innervation and different ectomesenchyme. In the maxilla the red area marks innervations and ectomesenchyme in the fronto-nasal field, the green area marks the canine/premolar fi eld (maxillary neural crest cells) and the blue area marks the molar fi eld. In the mandible, the red area marks innervation and ectomesenchyme to the incisors, the green fi eld to the canine/premolars and the blue field to the molars

Figure 2: Panoramic radiographs with marking of tissue components, not visible radiographically. Panoramic radiograph of a girl 10 years old. Red line drawings indicate areas where ectodermal mucosa is important for tooth development. The red lines mark the site of the inner enamel epithelium between enamel and dentin and the epithelial lining of Malassez along the root contour. Furthermore, the lines indicate the ectoderm of the crown follicle in non-erupted teeth, b: Panoramic radiograph of an adult female. The figure demonstrates the fields in the jaws with different innervation and different ectomesenchyme. In the maxilla the red area marks innervations and ectomesenchyme in the fronto-nasal field, the green area marks the canine/premolar fi eld (maxillary neural crest cells) and the blue area marks the molar fi eld. In the mandible, the red area marks innervation and ectomesenchyme to the incisors, the green fi eld to the canine/premolars and the blue field to the molars