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Dental radiography: why and how

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Figure 1 Tube head aligned vertically for sternal recumbency along line of nasal philtrum.
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Figure 2 Tube head aligned at 20° from vertical for maxillary incisors.
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Figure 3 Tube head aligned at 45° from vertical for maxillary canine.
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Figure 4 Tube head aligned at 45° from vertical for mandibular canine.
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Figure 5 Tube head aligned at 45° from vertical and slightly caudorostral for maxillary carnassial and molars.
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Figure 6 Tube aligned perpendicular to target teeth with film parallel.
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Figure 7 Tube aligned perpendicular to target teeth with film parallel.
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Figure 8 Tube head aligned 60° from vertical to drop beam under zygomatic arch.
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Figure 9 Film on table with target teeth down. Mouth open and beam aligned just off vertical to prevent superimposition of upper teeth.
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Figure 10 Film placed well into pharynx and close to ipsilateral mandibular cheek teeth and contralateral maxillary teeth.

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