Types of dental radiographs in children

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Types of dental radiographs in children

  1. 1. TYPES OF DENTAL RADIOGRAPHS
  2. 2. Bite-wing:Used primarily to detect interproximal caries,occlusal caries that have penetrated into thedentin, and possible caries under existingrestorations. - A bite-wing radiograph will show:• Surfaces involved• Depth of the lesion in relation to the pulp• Presence or absence of certain permanent teeth
  3. 3. Bite-wing Radiograph :
  4. 4. Periapical:Used primarily to detect both normal conditions,and pathology involving the roots of the teeth and theirsupporting structures - A periapical radiograph will show :• Furcation or apical involvement.• Presence of calcified tissues.• External root or bone resorption.• Internal root resorbtion.• Anomalies of the supporting bone and associatedstructures (cysts, supernumary or ectopically eruptingteeth, etc.
  5. 5. Periapical View
  6. 6. Periapical View
  7. 7. Panoramic:Used primarily to provide baseline data for growth and development, and to evaluate changes that are occurring over time. - A Panoramic radiograph will show:• Presence or absence of permanent teeth• Positions of the permanent teeth in relation to the primary teeth• Evaluation of bony lesions and TMJ
  8. 8. Panoramic View
  9. 9. Reference : Essentials of Dental Radiography and Radiology. 3 Ed, Whaites 2003

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