is an intraoral technique of exposing periapical films in which the teeth and film are parallel to each other.
is an intraoral technique of exposing periapical films in which the film and teeth create and angle that is bisected by the beam.
Bisection of the angle technique
Radiographs with the proper images and optimum density, contrats, definition, and detail have a good
is a term used to describe a space between two adjacent surfaces.
is the type of film used in the interproximal examination.
The bone that supports and encases the roots of the teeth is the
is the coronal portion of alveolar bone found between the teeth.
An area of a tooth that touches an adjacent tooth is the same arch is the
appear on dental radiographs as thin radiolucent lines between adjacent teeth in the same arch.
An object is
if it is moving or lying in the same plane and always separated by the same distance.
means to cut across or through.
if it intersects at or forms a right angle.
An angle of 90 degrees formed by two lines perpendicular to each other is a
is an imaginary line dividing the tooth longitudinally into two equal halves.
Long axis of the tooth
is the central portion of the primary beam of radiation.