Radiography chapter
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Radiology of the mouth and associated structures can initially be very frustrating. However, once the techniques are mastered, it is possible to produce high quality diagnostic radiographs consistently.

Dental radiology is often under-utilised in veterinary practice. In many procedures, diagnostic radiographs are essential for the production of a treatment plan and treatment may be contraindicated without them.

By the end of the chapter you should be able to:

Recognise the advantages of using dental equipment for oral techniques

Understand the main techniques required for the mouth

Be able to interpret dental radiographs.



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