Dental radiographs are images that help detect problems, when present, that the eyes cannot see. Dentists use x-rays to look for cavities, bone loss in periodontal disease, chronic infections, benign or malignant masses in the jaws, or hidden dental structures such as wisdom teeth.
Split Tooth. A split tooth is often the result of the long term progression of a cracked tooth. The split tooth is identified by a crack with distinct segments that can be separated. A split tooth can never be saved intact. The position and extent of the crack, however, will determine whether any portion of the tooth can be saved. In rare instances, endodontic treatment and a crown or other restoration by your dentist may be used to save a portion of the tooth.
Local Anesthesia Injections + Topicals (LA) | StudentRDH | Dental Hygiene Board Exams Review Study Notes, Practice Questions, and Mock Exams
Course Content Lessons Status 1 Maxillary Injections 2 Palatal Injections 3 Mandibular Injections 4 Injection Types 5 Nerves of the Oral Cavity 6 Topical Anesthetics QuizzesStatus 1 Local Anesthesia Injections + Topicals (set 1) 2 Local Anesthesia Injections + Topicals (set 2)