Dental Imaging and Dental instruments

Computerized radiography is used in dentistry, which challenges the notion of traditional X-beam imaging. In periapical, comprehensive, and cephalometric dental radiographs, the tiny x-beam films are positioned in between the teeth. While two-dimensional images are commonly used, 3D sweeps are now advised since they provide an accurate estimate of the breadth and profundity of the teeth, especially when the designs' depth is still unknown.

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