Here I've set the profile browser view option to List so it's easy to see how many profiles there are in each category.
You may be looking at a non-raw image, like a JPG, TIF or PSD, so you'll only see the profiles that aren't raw-specific, like for a JPG:
Or what do you mean you've clicked in the 4 boxes, because there are more than four sections if you're looking at a RAW:
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When you select a DNG (raw) file to "Edit In Photoshop" you are creating a new TIFF file. You are not updating anything. The new TIFF file will open in Photoshop with any develop adjustments you made to the DNG in Lightroom.
You have no need to "get a .dng out of photoshop" because your original DNG file is untouched by Lightroom and still visible in the Catalog library with any edits stored in the Catalog.
Can you explain in more detail what you are trying to achieve?