Dental Radiography

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Dental Radiography
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  1. What is a survey?
    full oral radiographs top and bottom
  2. How many views does a cat get?
    6
  3. How many views does a dog get?
    10
  4. Name the 6 views of a cat
    • rostral mandible
    • rostral maxilla
    • right maxilla
    • left maxilla
    • right mandible
    • left mandible
  5. Name the 10 views of a dog
    • rostral mandible
    • rostral maxilla
    • 2 right maxilla
    • 2 left maxilla
    • 2right mandible
    • 2 left mandible
  6. The kVp is set at what?
    70-90
  7. The mAs is set at what?
    10-15
  8. The trigger allows the radiograph take to be how far away?
    10-15 feet
  9. Regulation says you have to be how far away?
    6 feet
  10. The focal film distance is how far?
    4-6 inches
  11. If the film is too light what should be done?
    increase the developing time
  12. If the film is too dark what should be done?
    decrease the developing time
  13. Dental film size range
    0-4
  14. Digital film range
    0-3
  15. What size film is used on cats and small dogs?
    1
  16. What size film is useful for single images of single teeth and the canines of the upper or lower aw of a cat?
    2
  17. What size film is useful for rostral maxillary or mandibular views of larger dogs?
    4
  18. What is size 3 used for?
    human medicine
  19. Name the film speed:
    ultraspeed
    slower
    requires more time exposure
    D
  20. Name the film speed:
    ektaspeed
    faster film speed
    E and F
  21. What is the lead foil in the envelope used for?
    protects the film from secondary radiation during exposure
  22. The dot in the corner should always face
    rostrally and towards the tube head
  23. Which technique is used on mandibular premolars and molars only?
    parallel technique
  24. What position is the animal in for parallel technique?
    lateral recumbency
  25. For parallel technique the cone should be perpendicular to both theĀ  _ axis of the _ and _.
    long axis of the tooth and film
  26. What technique is used for all teeth except mandibular premolars and molars?
    bisecting angle technique
  27. In the bisecting angle technique the beam is not directed at the tooth or film, but
    is directed at an imaginary line equidistant to them
  28. What position is the animal in for the bisecting angle technique?
    dorsal or ventral recumbency
  29. Elongation happens if the beam hits what?
    the tooth
  30. Foreshortening happens if the beam hits what?
    the film
  31. For lower canines and incisors the animal should be in
    dorsal recumbency
  32. For upper incisors the animal should be in
    ventral recumbency
  33. For upper canines the animal should be in
    ventral recumbency
  34. For upper premolars and molars the animal should be in
    ventral recumbency
  35. For determining the bisecting angle the animal should be viewed from the
    front
  36. SLOB
    same lingual opposite buccal
  37. What 2 views are needed for the upper 4th premolar?
    • mesial oblique
    • distal oblique
  38. The teeth of interest should be
    in the center of the cone opening
  39. If a tooth is too big where should the focus be?
    the roots (you can examine the crown without a x-ray)
  40. What is the developer time dependent on?
    room temperature and solution
  41. How long is the film in water?
    30 seconds
  42. How many ounces of inst neg and fix is needed in the cups?
    6
  43. How many size 4 films can be developed before the developer and fixer need to be replaced?
    10-15
  44. How many size 2 films can be developed before the developer and fixer need to be placed?
    15-20

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