You can determine which teeth have images associated with them from a patient's clinical chart and progress notes.
To determine which teeth have images
Use the Patient Search field to access a patient's record.
If the last patient record you accessed since you last logged on is the correct patient's record, you do not need to re-enter the patient's name in the Patient Search field.
You can include inactive patients in the search results by setting the Include inactive patients switch to On.
From the Patient menu, under Clinical, clicktap Chart.
The patient's clinical record opens with the Chart tab selected.
Do one of the following:
Look at a tooth's number. You can tell if a tooth has an image associated with it, and the age of that image, by the background color of the circle around that tooth number: black is 0 - 6 months, dark gray is 7 - 12 months, light gray is 13 - 24 months, and is 25 or more months (or no image).
Select one or more or no teeth, and then clicktap the Progress Notes tab. On the Progress Notes tab, there is an Imaging icon next to any procedure that has images associated with it.