Quiz: Intraoral Radiographic Interpretation: 20-752939

Quiz: Intraoral Radiographic Interpretation: 20-752939

20-752939
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Quiz

Which is a step in orienting intraoral radiographs to know which teeth images are on the film?(Required)
What is an appropriate treatment choice for a non vital tooth?(Required)
Which of the following is not an incidental finding on radiographs?(Required)
Why does pulp width matter?(Required)
No matter which order you evaluate the radiographs, it is important to consider each area (missing teeth, periodontal ligament, root, crown, pulp, alveolar bone) to get all information and make the best treatment plan for each tooth ‘patient’.(Required)
Which of the following is NOT one of the 8 important or strategic teeth to save if possible?(Required)
The periodontal disease stage can only be determined radiographically. Which stage refers to 50% or more bone/attachment loss?(Required)
Which type of tooth resorption is appropriate to treat with a modified extraction technique (MET), intentional root retention (IRR), and continue to monitor (CTM)/follow up with intraoral radiographs for the life of the patient?(Required)
If a tooth root is not easily elevating during extraction, it is okay to use a dental bur to ‘drill’ away the root.(Required)
It is important to use all of your tools to evaluate each tooth ‘patient’ – intraoral radiographs and circumferential probing so as not to miss hidden changes.(Required)