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- High Doses in Head and Neck Radiation Therapy Increase the Risk of Radiation Caries-Related Tooth Loss and Osteoradionecrosis
- Awareness of Radiation-Related Caries in Patients With Head and Neck Cancer Is Poor
- 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
- Optical Coherence Tomography May Permit Detection of Incipient Dental Caries Without Ionizing Radiation
Is it possible to filter third molar cases with panoramic radiography in which roots surround the inferior alveolar canal? A comparison using cone-beam computed tomographyJ Craniomaxillofac Surg 2021 Oct 01;49(10)971-979, K Janovics, B Soós, Á Tóth, J Szalma
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