This nice woman with mild asthma lost a tooth crown and aspirated it as she was about to have lunch.
Check out the CxR. It was lodged at the first branching of the R bronchus intermedius with the smooth side (the shiny top of the crown) up towards us. Unfortunately I was using an optic (as opposed to digital, I know they are all "optic") scope and couldn't take a picture. I did snap a picture of the crown after removal with the basket on the side.
We did not have a bronch basket handy so an OR gallstone basket was just the perfect sixe.