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How to avoid one of the most common digital X-ray errors.
A description of a systematic method for examining a chest X-ray, and a review of the relevant thoracic anatomy.
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How to set up the XCP and take posterior periodical radiographs
Pacific Dugoni's radiology department shares tips and tricks for taking bitewing x-rays. www.dental.pacific.edu
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How to take a better bitewing radiograph.
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"Panoramic" X-rays show all the teeth and oral structures in one view. It is our preferred view for the initial exam as it gives us a quick and easy snapshot of what's happening in your mouth. It provides the best view for evaluating wisdom teeth. Since nothing has to go inside the mouth, the panoramic X-ray is comfortable even for the most severe gagger. Watch us take one and see how easy it is!