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Bisecting Technique

Dental Radiography -- Principles and Techniques

Bisecting Technique also known as bisecting angle o bisecting of the angle expose PA
Foreshortened Images radiographic images that appear shortened result from EXCESSIVE vertical angulation
Elongated Images images of teeth appear too long result from TOO LITTLE vertical angulation
Rules to Bisecting Technique 1. Receptor placement 2. receptor position 3. vertical angualtion 4. horizontal angulation 5. receptor exposure
Advantages of Bisecting can b used w/o beam alignment devices decreased exposure time (8-inch PID)
Disadvantages of Bisecting dimensional distortion angulation problems
Created by: summerbradley