Why do we gather radiographs radiographs are an important diagnostic tool in assessing an orthodontic condition and in determining a suitable treatment plan the two most common radiographs although not exclusive are the panoramic opg and cephalometric views the opg provides information about the presence and position of unerupted teeth the health of the supporting. This is the third edition of the orthodontic radiographic guidelines first published in 1994 and is an update on the recommendations for the safe practice of requesting and taking radiographs for orthodontic purposes. Orthodontics for adults why orthodontics faq what is orthodontics what are orthodontists what is an orthodontic therapist who can carry out orthodontic treatment what should i expect from my orthodontist or dentist what happens at the first appointment what does orthodontic treatment cost can i have treatment within the nhs as an adult. X rays overview x rays also known as radiographs are an essential part of any dental care treatment plan they are diagnostic but they can also be preventive by helping a dentist diagnose potential oral care issues in a patients mouth before they become a major problem
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