periapical radiograph


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per·i·ap·i·cal ra·di·o·graph

a radiograph demonstrating tooth apices and surrounding structures in a particular intraoral area.
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per·i·ap·i·cal ra·di·o·graph

(per'ē-ap'i-kăl rā'dē-ō-graf)
A radiograph demonstrating tooth apices and surrounding structures in a particular intraoral area.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

per·i·ap·i·cal ra·di·o·graph

(per'ē-ap'i-kăl rā'dē-ō-graf)
Radiograph demonstrating tooth apices and surrounding structures in a particular intraoral area.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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In another study in the literature, a total of 314 patient's periapical radiographs were evaluated (28) using the PAI scoring system.
Final metal-ceramic crown at delivery, lateral view (a); periapical radiograph of the implant at the delivery of the final crown (b); final metal-ceramic crown at delivery, occlusal view (c); periapical radiograph 2 years after implant insertion (d).
Periapical radiograph showed that healing of the lesion had commenced.
In their study, radiographs included panoramic or periapical radiographs and were examined independently by two of the authors.
These injuries are diagnosed on clinical examination augmented by conventional radiographs like periapical radiographs, occlusal radiographs and orthopantomograms.6 The goal of the treatment is to restore function and esthetics and the treatment modalities vary according to the nature of injury.9
A periapical radiograph for implants replacing teeth 8 and 9.
It was not completely clear from the pre-operative periapical radiograph if the fused tooth was simply an adjacent supernumerary tooth and surgical exploration was carried out to reach a definitive diagnosis.
Evaluation of the post operative intraoral periapical radiograph was done on the basis of three parameters by another dentist in the department who was not aware of the type of instrumentation method used (rotary/ manual).
Also, after the first follow-up, a periapical radiograph was taken every time with a radiographic holder Rinn XCP (Dentsply, Elgin, IL, USA), in order to maximize the reproduc-ibility of the radiographic paralleling technique (Figures 4-6).
The reappearance of the sinus tract was actually surprising; a periapical radiograph using gutta-percha cones, after fitting them to a gauged apex, showed a relation between both right lateral and central incisors (Figure 8).