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EO 005.06 Normal Intraoral Radiographic Anatomy

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  1. EO 005.06 Normal Intraoral Radiographic Anatomy UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF

  2. Radiographic Density • Radiopacity – light on film • Radiolucency - dark on film

  3. Radiopaque vs. Radiolucent • Radiopaque: refers to a light area on the film • Structures that are absorbers of x-rays block the x-rays from reaching the film • The x-rays are attenuated (decreased in intensity) by absorbing structures • Fewer radiation reach the film • Dense structures are strong absorbers

  4. Radiopaque vs. Radiolucent • Radiolucent: refers to a dark area on the film • Structures that are less dense are poor absorbers and allow more radiation to reach the film

  5. Radiopaque vs. Radiolucent • Enamel • Cementum • Dentin • Bone • Muscle • Fat • Air Restorative and surgical materials have various densities and abilities to absorb. Metallic materials are more dense than enamel, thus appear very white on radiographs

  6. NIH

  7. Follicle

  8. Follicle

  9. Follicle

  10. Follicle

  11. Trabecular Pattern

  12. Trabecular Pattern

  13. Sparse Trabeculation Inferiorly

  14. Sparse Trabeculation Inferiorly

  15. Dental Root Formation (open apex)

  16. Mandibular Posterior Region

  17. Alveolar Ridge

  18. External Oblique Ridge

  19. Mylohyoid Ridge

  20. Mandibular Canal

  21. Inferior Border of Mandible

  22. Inf. Alveolar Canal

  23. Oblique Ridges

  24. Phantom image of an extracted molar

  25. Mental Foramen

  26. Mental Foramen

  27. Anterior Looping of the Canal

  28. Mental Foramen

  29. Posteriorly Positioned Foramen

  30. Anterior looping of the canal

  31. Mandibular Tori

  32. Anterior Mandible

  33. Genial Tubercle

  34. Genial Tubercle

  35. Genial Tubercle

  36. Nutrient Canals

  37. Nutrient Canals

  38. Mental Fossa • Radiolucent depression between alveolar ridge and mental ridge

  39. Mental Ridge and Mental Fossa

  40. Maxillar

  41. Mandible

  42. Pterygoidhamulus

  43. Coronoid Process

  44. Coronoid Process

  45. Maxillary Tuberosity