Title, Successful Intraoral Radiography Kodak dental radiography series. Contributor, Eastman Kodak Company. Health Imaging Division. Publisher, Eastman. to the. ACADEMY OF DENTAL THERAPEUTICS. AND STOMATOLOGY'S continuing education course titled. SUCCESSFUL INTRAORAL RADIOGRAPHY. Successful Intraoral Radiography - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. radiology.
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This course will address the problems and errors that can occur in the intraoral radiograph when errors are made at each of the three basic steps.
This will allow the practitioner to successful intraoral radiography from the radiograph at what point in the image creation process the error occurred. The course will then suggest possible solutions to the problem based on the step where it occurred. This will allow easy correlation successful intraoral radiography error with solution and give better understanding of what caused the error.
The result will be intraoral radiographs with the maximum diagnostic detail and information that the equipment and technique allows. DANB does not, however, endorse or recommend any particular continuing education course and is not responsible for the quality of any course content.
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Participants are urged to contact their state dental boards for continuing education requirements. Be sure to provide us with the following information: Name, address, address, telephone number, and course completed.
Please contact our offices at: No other third-party manufacturer or organization has any input or financial interest in successful intraoral radiography courses offered by the Academy of Dental Therapeutics and Stomatology.
Please direct all questions pertaining to the Academy of Successful intraoral radiography Therapeutics and Stomatology or the administration of this course to the current director, Michael Florman, D.
The opinions of efficacy or perceived value of any products or companies mentioned in this course and expressed herein are successful intraoral radiography of the author s of the courses and do not necessarily reflect those of the Academy of Dental Therapeutics and Stomatology.
It is a combination of many educational courses and clinical experience that allows the participant to develop skills and expertise.
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Academy of Dental Therapeutics and Stomatology, P. BoxChesterland, OHby mailing a note requesting a copy of your continuing education credits report. Please be sure to complete successful intraoral radiography attached survey included with the successful intraoral radiography sheet.
A quality intraoral radiograph will reveal maximum detail in the image with anatomic accuracy and optimal density and contrast. This will give maximum diagnostic yield.
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This pamphlet will address some of the common pitfalls and errors seen in intraoral radiography and address how to prevent and correct them. Such a radiograph will exhibit maximum detail to resolve fine objects.
It will show the teeth and anatomic structures accurately without successful intraoral radiography or magnification.
It will have the optimal density and successful intraoral radiography visual characteristics to maximize its use for the detection of dental disease. To create such a film, the dental staff must pay attention to all three steps in the production of the radiograph, positioning, exposure and processing.
Second, successful intraoral radiography exposure technique factors must be appropriate for the patient and the film selected. And last, proper processing time, temperature and handling requirements must be followed to produce a quality radiograph.
This pamphlet will discuss improper film placement that can lead to errors such as overlapped contacts and distorted teeth and roots. This is due to the fact that dental radiography is a shadow casting technique, in that we cast an image of the tooth onto the film.
Shadow casting can cause geometric distortions in the final radiograph such as elongation, magnification and overlapping successful intraoral radiography.
Figure 2- Shadow Casting 4 Geometric distortion can be minimized by using a long x-ray source to object distance.
This can be obtained using a long cone 16 inch technique.