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2) Some dentists that I have spoken to do not have a real good handle on
radiation health physics.  That is; they could not tell me what the dose was
from their machine and they had no idea how that compared with other medical
x-rays.  They just tell you that it is "small".


Vaughn is right in that the Docs are misinformed. For example, chest x-rays
use an intensifying screen as do panographs. Therefore radiation is reduced.
Periapicals and bite-wings? No intensifying screen

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