Summary - Radiography
X-rays are an additional diagnostic tool in dentistry. The smallest shots give an impression of only a few teeth. Both jaws can be depicted on larger images. Nowadays, three-dimensional images are also made especially with surgery. X-rays can have harmful consequences for the human body. Although the doses are low in dental practice, it is important to take measures to deal with X-rays as safely as possible. This is laid down by law and must be described in a file for each practice.