Radiovisiography is a type of X-ray imaging, which uses digital X-ray sensors instead of photographic film. It provides efficiency of time through bypassing chemical processing and digitally transfers and enhances images. Further, less radiation is utilized for producing an image with contrast similar to conventional radiology.
A digital image capture device captures images in digital X-ray radiology and scan. This results in an immediate image preview, and availability, removal of expensively film processing steps, bigger dynamic range, etc.
The process detects dental problems in the jaw and skull. It's different types include-
Panoramic x-rays
They show the whole mouth area on a single x-ray. It detects the position of fully emerged or emerging teeth. It can also see impacted teeth and aid tumor diagnosis.
Cephalometric projections They show the whole side of the head. They depict the teeth concerning the jawline and profile of the patient. The dentist uses it to develop a patient's teeth realignment approach.
There are various other views to examine the maxillofacial region like P.A skull, Towne's view, Caldwell's projections, etc.
Conventional Intraoral X Rays
There are different types of intraoral x-rays for showing different aspects of the teeth. These include-
Bite-wing x-rays:
It shows the tooth from the crown to the level of supporting bone. They detect decay between teeth and variation in thickness in the teeth of bones resulting from gum disease.
Periapical x-rays:
They show the teeth in one portion of either upper or lower jaw. They find unusual changes in the root and the neighboring bone structures.
Occlusal x-rays:
They look for the development and placement of the whole arch of the teeth inside the upper or lower jaw.

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