Occlusal Radiograph - Apsley Dental Practice
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Occlusal Radiograph

An intra-oral radiograph taken when the film is held between the occluded teeth to aid visualising entire sections of the jaw. This is especially useful in exploring calcifications of the sublingual salivary glands.

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