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Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Johnson, Orlen N., McNally, Michael A., Essay, Christine E.
I. HISTORY AND RADIATION BASICS. 1. History of Dental Radiography. 2. Characteristics of Radiation. 3. The Dental X-Ray MachineComponents and Functions. 4. Producing Quality Radiographs. II. BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION AND RADIATION PROTECTION. 5. Effects of Radiation Exposure. 6. Radiation Protection. III. DENTAL X-RAY FILM AND PROCESSING TECHNIQUES. 7. Dental X-Ray Films. 8. Dental X-Ray Film Processing. 9. Identifying and Correcting Faulty Radiographs. 10. Quality Assurance in Dental Radiography. IV. RADIOGRAPHIC ANATOMY AND MOUNTING RADIOGRAPHS. 11. Normal Radiographic Anatomy. 12. Mounting and Viewing Dental Radiographs. V. INTRAORAL TECHNIQUES. 13. Intraoral Radiographic Procedures. 14. The Periapical Examination. 15. The Bitewing Examination. 16. The Occlusal Examination. 17. Radiographic Techniques for Children. 18. Radiographic Techniques for the Endentulous Patient. 19. Digital Radiography. VI. EXTRAORAL TECHNIQUES. 20. Extraoral Radiography. 21. Panoramic Radiography. VII. DENTAL RADIOGRAPHER FUNDAMENTALS. 22. Infection Control. 23. Patient Relations and Education. 24. Managing Patients with Special Needs. 25. Regulations and Legal Aspects. VIII. RADIOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION. 26. Introduction to Radiographic Interpretation. 27. Periodontal Disease. 28. Dental Caries. Answers to Review Questions. Glossary. Index.Johnson, Orlen N. is the author of 'Essentials of Dental Radiography for Dental Assistants and Hygienists', published 2002 under ISBN 9780130932310 and ISBN 0130932310.
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