- Radiographs are easy to read and unobscurred, with corresponding line drawings for radiographs that use extensive labeling or arrows.
- A comprehensive review for national and state board examinations consists of 475 new questions to help readers excel in these career critical tests.
- A unique writing style and humorous interjections help engage individuals who are studying this difficult topic.
Part 2: Materials and Foreign Objects
Part 3: Intraoral Radiography: Clinical technique
Part 4: Intraoral Radiography: Errors Seen in Radiographs
Part 5: Intraoral Digital Imaging
Part 6: Panoramic Radiography: Clinical Technique
Part 7: Panoramic Radiography: Errors Seen in Radiographs
Part 8: Panoramic Digital Imaging
Part 9: Radiation Health
Part 10: Dental Anomalies
Part 11: Assessment/Interpretation of Pathology of the Jaws
Part 12: National Dental Board Examination Preparation
Section 1: Principles of radiation physics, health, and biology
Section 2: Radiographic assessment and interpretation