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Key features of ancillary equipment

Watch Graham Ramsden introduce the key features of ancillary equipment in a dental practice.

Graham Ramsden covers key features of the ancillary equipment used in dental settings to capture and display radiographic images.

This video explores both digital imaging systems and film processing and viewing systems. Both arms of digital systems are explored- computed systems and direct systems. The key features of each system are covered including information on exposure, plates and sensors and performance of systems. The video also covers reviewing radiograph images either on computer screens or using light boxes.

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Dental Radiography: Radiation Protection in Dental Practice

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