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Mounting Dental X-Rays

Mounting Dental X-Rays

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Published by Zahid Ahmad
Essential of full mouth dental X-Rays
Essential of full mouth dental X-Rays

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Published by: Zahid Ahmad on Jun 12, 2013
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Radiographs provide valuableinformation about the condition of the teeth. They must be displayed sothat the operator can see them tohelp in treatment of conditions of thedentition. The student will mountdental X-rays.
ZAHID AHMAD
 
 1. Radiographs or x-rays of the teeth look like thenegatives from black and white photographs. Theyare produced when an x-ray passes through the teeth.2. Radiolucent areas are dark on the x-ray. This meansthat the x-ray passes through softer tissue of thetooth like the pulp and caries.3. Radiopaque areas are white on the film. This occurswhere the x-ray cannot pass through the structure.This occurs when the x-ray encounters the enamel of the tooth and dentin, metallic restoration such asamalgam fillings and some crowns, and appliances usedin root canal work.
ZAHID AHMAD

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