The interproximal or bite-wing film is used to obtain an image of the
____________________________ of the teeth without the distortion that often
occurs in a periapical examination.
At times, more extensive radiographic views of oral tissues are desired than are
obtainable with periapical or bite-wing film. These views are made by using
In all maxillary occlusal techniques, the patient's head is first adjusted so that the
median plane (sagittal plane) of the face is in a __________________ position
and the occlusal surfaces of the maxillary teeth are in a ______________ plane.
Describe the head positioning and direction of the x-rays for the mandibular
anterior occlusal technique.
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