Table of Contents

The Radiographic Image.
Production, Properties, and Interactions of X-Rays.
Dental X-Ray Generating Equipment.
Image Receptors.
Image Processing.
Radiation Dose, Dosimetry, and Dose Limitation.
The Biological Effects Associated with X-Rays, Risk and Practical Radiation Protection.
Dental Radiography: General Patient Considerations Including Control of Infection.
Periapical Radiography.
Bitewing Radiography.
Occlusal Radiography.
Oblique Lateral Radiography.
Skull and Maxillofacial Radiography.
Cephalometric Radiography.
Tomography and Panoramic Radiography.
Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT).
Quality of Radiographic Images and Quality Assurance.
Alternative and Specialized Imaging Modalities.
Introduction to Radiological Interpretation.
Dental Caries and the Assessment of Restorations.
Peripical Tissues.
Periodontal Tissues and Periodontal Disease.
Implant Assessment.
Developmental Abnormalities.
Radiological Differential Diagnosis: Describing a Lesion.
Differential Diagnosis of Radiolucent Lesions of the Jaws.
Differential Diagnosis of Lesions of Variable Radiopacity in the Jaws.
Bone Diseases of Radiological Importance.
Trauma to the Teeth and Facial Skeleton.
Temporomandibular Joint.
Maxillary Antra.
Salivary Glands.