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Expose intraoralxray

Radiology POS 807

Interproximal between two adjacent surfaces
interproximal examination intraoral radiographic examination used to inspect the crowns of both the maxillary and mandibular teeth on a single film
crestal bone coronal portion of alveolar bone found between the teeth; also known as the alveolar crest
contact area area of the tooth that touches an adjacent tooth
vertical bitewing an intraoral film used to examine the level of alveolar bone in the mouth; this bite-wing is placed with the long portion of the film in a vertical direction
Right angle technique a localization technique in which the orientation of structures can be seen in two radiographs
Negataive vertical angulation the position of the PID below the occlusal plane that directs the central ray upward
positive vertical angulation the positioning of the PID above the occlusal plane that directs the central ray downward
angulation alignment of the central x-ray beam in the horizontal and vertical plane
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