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- High Doses in Head and Neck Radiation Therapy Increase the Risk of Radiation Caries-Related Tooth Loss and Osteoradionecrosis
- Three-Quarters of Cancers Attributed to Dental Radiography Could Be Avoided by Use of Rectangular Collimation and Application of Selection Criteria
- Knowledge of the Potential Risks of Radiation Exposure Is Paramount for Patient Informed Consent
- Specific Signs on Panoramic Radiography Are Predictive of Likely Inferior Alveolar Nerve Entrapment Root Conformations
- Optical Coherence Tomography May Permit Detection of Incipient Dental Caries Without Ionizing Radiation
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Awareness of the Risk of Radiation-Related Caries in Patients With Head and Neck Cancer: A Survey of Physicians, Dentists, and PatientsOral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol 2021 Oct 01;132(4)398-408, BNFL Martins, NR Palmier, AC Prado-Ribeiro, MF de Goes, MA Lopes, TB Brandão, C Rivera, CA Migliorati, JB Epstein, AR Santos-Silva
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