Workbook and Laboratory Manual for Dental Radiography, 6th Edition
Reinforce student understanding of dental radiography with this hybrid workbook and lab manual! The ideal companion to Iannucci and Howerton’s bestselling Dental Radiography, 6th Edition textbook, this review helps students master need-to-know imaging principles and techniques. Workbook modules correspond to the content in the textbook, and use engaging exercises to help students learn, review, and apply imaging concepts. Modules in the lab manual section provide a how-to guide to performing key imaging procedures and techniques. Bridging theory and practice, this study tool provides everything your students need to master dental imaging skills!
- Case studies and critical thinking questions allow you to practice the application of your skills to dental practice.
- Written exercises include objective-style questions to assess your understanding of important content.
- Hands-on clinical laboratory activities include self-, peer-, and instructor-assessment forms.
- Illustrations, technique photos, and radiographs make concepts and procedures easier to understand.
- Comprehensive coverage includes all areas of study for the dental radiography laboratory.
- Chapter-by-chapter correlation to the textbook makes the workbook easy to use.
- NEW! Expanded content addresses the areas of digital imaging, radiographic interpretation, dental materials, and dental X-ray equipment.
- NEW! Updated illustrations include detailed photos of equipment and supplies as well as new photos of techniques.
- NEW lab activities, assessments, case studies, and critical thinking questions are added.
SECTION ONE: WORKBOOK Module 1: Radiation and Dental Image Characteristics Basics (correlates to text Chapters 1-6) Module 2: Equipment, Digital Imaging and Film Basics (correlates to text Chapters 7-11) Module 3: Dental Radiographer Basics (correlates to text Chapters 12-17) Module 4: Imaging Technique Basics (correlates to text Chapters 18-27) Module 5: Normal Anatomy Basics (correlates to text Chapters 28-29) Module 6: Image Interpretation Basics (correlates to text Chapters 30-35)
SECTION TWO: LABORATORY MANUAL Part One: Introduction to the Radiology Clinic Module 1: Use of Ionizing Radiation Module 2: Equipment Used in the Radiology Clinic Module 3: Infection Control Procedures in the Radiology Clinic Module 4: Quality Assurance Part Two: Teaching Experiences with DXTTR Module 5: Bisecting Technique Module 6: Bite-Wing Technique with Tabs: Exposures, Mounting, and Critique Module 7: Competency Examination: Bisecting Technique and Bite-Wing with Tabs Mounting and Critique Module 8: Paralleling Technique Module 9: Competency Examination: Paralleling Technique: Periapical and Bite-Wing Mounting and Critique Module 10: Occlusal Techniques Part Three: Peer Patient Exercises Module 11: Practice with Peer Patients Module 12: Paralleling Technique: Peer Patient Complete Mouth Series Module 13: Peer Patient Exercises: Panoramic Technique Module 14: Competency Examination: Peer Patient Panoramic Technique
Joen Iannucci, DDS, MS, Professor of Clinical Dentistry, Division of Dental Hygiene, College of Dentistry, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH and Laura Jansen Jansen Howerton, RDH, MS, Instructor, Wake Technical Community College, Raleigh, North Carolina