Evaluation of technical quality of endodontic treatment-reliability of intraoral radiographs
Conventional intraoral radiographs
remain the optimal study for evaluating injured teeth, with less radiation exposure than a computed tomography scan.
1,2) Periapical and interproximal intraoral radiographs
are widely accepted as valuable tools for establishing the diagnosis and guiding the treatment of periodontal disease, mainly to assess the pattern and extent of bone resorption.
G's dental examination, we take a full series of intraoral radiographs
A method to evaluate and compare two different intraoral radiographs
of the same patient.
An extraoral radiograph (OPG) and intraoral radiographs
of affected teeth (periapical radiography) are then recommended.
Film placement for intraoral radiographs
is critical to producing diagnostic-quality radiographs without superimposition of adjacent teeth or distortion.