A Guide to Dental Radiography
This practical guide to dental radiology is written for dental students and all those dental professionals who need to be able to take dental x-rays. The book is fully illustrated with over 250 illustrations. It incorporates and covers all new advances in dental x-ray apparatus, anddiscusses the hazards of ionising radiation. This edition includes a lot more illustrative material.
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