The Tools


Radical chemicals and Insta-veloper (Microcopy)
 

Chairside or automatic processor (Henry Schein)
 


Automatic processor (AFP Imaging)
 


Plastic film clips (AFT Imaging)
 

Stainless film clip holding processed film
 


Four containers in chairside developer (developer, water, fixer, water)
 

In a 75 degree environment, film is placed in developer for 20 seconds, followed by 1 min. in water, 1 min. in fix, 1 min. in water. Film can then be read. To complete the process, place film back in water for five minutes before drying and permanent storage.
 

Table of Contents
Smile Book II
Dental Radiology
(1998)
Jan Bellows, D.V.M. Diplomate, American Veterinary Dental College
Introduction
About the Author
Section 1: Getting Started - The Tools
 
The Radiograph Machine
 
The Film
 
The Film Dot
 
Positioning
 
Film Processing
 
Trouble Shooting Dental Film
Section 2: Getting Started - What to Look For
Section 3: Identifying Possible Problems
Section 4: Aids for Explaining Radiology to Clients

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