Radiography is a widely known technique among common people, due to its frequent use in hospitals, to determine if a person has a bone fracture or abnormalities in their internal organs.
Dental radiographs are an instrument for complementary diagnosis, essential in all dental specialties, from the initial stage of diagnosis and treatment planning, to post-treatment control.
As is typical of all medical care, diagnosis is an essential requirement for making therapeutic decisions and the performance of any subsequent procedure.
Panoramic radiography is a technique used in the field of dentistry to obtain a general image of the jaws, the jaw joint, and the teeth of a person. It consists of a dental examination carried out with two-dimensional X-rays, to...