Thursday, 7 January 2016

Freshers Oral Radiology Interview Questions and Answers pdf

11. what Dental Work is Safe During Pregnancy?
A: An exerpt from american pregnancy. org Preventive dental cleanings and annual exams during pregnancy are not only safe, but are recommended. The rise in hormone levels during pregnancy causes the gums to swell, bleed, and trap food causing increased irritation to your gums. Preventive dental work is essential to avoid oral infections such as gum disease, which has been linked to preterm birth.what about other regular dental work during pregnancy?Dental work such as cavity fillings and crowns should be treated to reduce the chance of infection. If dental work is done during pregnancy, the second trimester is ideal

12. Failed Dental Implant
A: Susan -  Let me first tell you that my wife is a psychotherapist and I know the responsibilities in your life. Getting away from the above, let me tell you that I think your surgeon is just plain lousy.  If he was an oral surgeon, he should have been an oral and maxillary surgeon.  If not, he is not really a surgeon.  Of course, not seeing your surgeries or your xrays, it is a little tough for me to tell you what is going on exactly, but it does sound like the surgeon pushed the implant into the soft palate during removal or the implant tha

13. crown or extraction?
A: Corinne -  The main reason that a microscopic fracture cannot be identified as opposed to evaluating bone for an implant is the size of the fractures.  Most of these fractures are so small and thin that they cannot be seen on any radiologic examination.   If your dentist and endodontist cannot determine if there is a fracture and you are in almost constant pain I would sort of follow your line of reasoning and get the extractions and implant insertions.  The key to the success of this treatment is to be evaluated and treated only by a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon

14. spondylolisthesis, spondylolysis,
A: A recap for you on Adult isthmic Spondylolisthesis (Slipped Vertebra)as you know. Other than what I have established below, the only way to get satisfaction is to have surgical intervention. what is it? what treatments are available? The spine is made up of a series of connected bones called "vertebrae." In about 5 percent of the adult population, there is a developmental crack in one of the vertebrae, usually at the point at which the lower (lumbar) part of the spine joins the tailbone

15. Dental vs Chest x-ray
A: The absorbtion dose is dependent on the machine used for these procedures. Are we talking about Digital Radiograpy or the older form of diagnostic radiography. There is a huge difference and the dosages are greatly controlled with digital Vs General. The question failed to offer these options. As for the lead shields! The concentration of the xray beam to the local area of the jaw/oral, isconfined, and far away from the reproductive system. With a lead shield covering the abdomen, there is no chance of radiation exposure, and no potential risks. The thyroid collar is acceptable, but my personal opinion

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