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.

periapical radiograph

a dental x-ray film or dental imaging used to detect changes in the bone surrounding the roots of the teeth. Also called periapical image.

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.

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.
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The digital periapical radiographs (taken with a paralleling technique and stored using DIGORA(R) Optime) of these teeth were grouped into categories:
Commonly used methods for working length determination include tactile sensation, periapical radiograph and electronic apex locator.
Caption: Graph 4: Gender and experience-wise % population using periapical radiograph and the reason for its usage
Objective: This study aimed to evaluate the accuracy and reliability of periapical radiographs obtained with two different projections in determining the cleanliness of root canals in endodontic retreatment using the sectioned roots as a gold standard.
19) For a precise view in the incisor region, an anterior occlusal or a periapical radiograph is also helpful, but nowadays CBCT shows the correct position and localization of mesiodens, but it is an expensive technique.
Caption: Figure 4: Photograph of an intraoral periapical radiograph after 2-year follow-up, revealing the roots being replaced partially by the bone
The assessment of the endodontic treatment may appear satisfactory when viewed on a periapical radiograph.
After intrusion, the control periapical radiograph was taken, observing no radiographic changes.
Comparison of clinical, periapical radiograph, and cone-beam volume tomography measurement techniques for assessing bone level changes following regenerative periodontal therapy.
However, after 18 months there was evidence of a sinus in relation to tooth 13, a periapical radiograph revealed an apical radiolucency (Fig.
Edentulous or partially edentulous patients can be exposed utilizing a panoramic or periapical radiograph of the remaining teeth or the edentulous areas in order to complete the radiographic examination.
The quality of endodontic treatment was evaluated by periapical radiograph in relation to the length, density and taper of the root canal fillings.