Monthly Archives: September 2012


Case of the week: Normal pantomograph imaging mimicking disease 4

This week I wanted to show an area on pantomographs that I am frequently asked about.  The area I am talking about is the radiolucent area as noted by the yellow areas inferior to the mandibular posterior teeth. This area is typically where an observers eye are drawn due to […]


Radiographic Technique: Maxillary Occlusal Radiographs 3

This is the first of two posts on occlusal technique.  Below are images I have taken with a very cooperative patient – DXTTR.  The only problem for some of the images is he has no neck so I did the best I could.  😀 Occlusal Technique (general) Occlusal radiographs are […]


Case of the week: Dentin Dysplasia Type II

Due to ensuring this site in no way violates HIPPA and pleases the lawyers, I am changing the series title of ‘This week in the clinic’ to ‘Case of the week’ to ensure there is no confusion that the case presented was possibly seen in the clinic that specific week […]