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Distribusi pemakaian radiografi periapikal dan radiografi panoramik pada pasien impaksi molar ketiga rahang bawah di kota Makassar Distribution of periapical and panoramic radiography on third molar mandibular impaction in Makassar

Abstract

Impaction is a condition of a tooth to be unsuccessful to erupt due to lack of space in the dental arch. Maxillary andmandibular third molars, and maxillary canine teeth often impact. The purpose of this study was to obtain anoverview information about distribution and the use of panoramic and periapical radiology technique onexamination of mandibular third molar. Samples were obtained by consecutive sampling technique. The study wasconducted on a number of 421 visitors of Radiology Clinic of the hospitals which this research done in March andApril, 2012. The results showed the periapical technique percentage 25.7% on March, and 31.7% on April; average28.7%. Panoramic technique was 74.3% on March, and 68.3% on April; average 71.3%. From those results, it wasconcluded that compared to periapical techniques, panoramic technique was predominantly used by the dentist toanalyze the mandibular third molar impaction
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Toppo, S. (2012). Distribusi pemakaian radiografi periapikal dan radiografi panoramik pada pasien impaksi molar ketiga rahang bawah di kota Makassar Distribution of periapical and panoramic radiography on third molar mandibular impaction in Makassar. Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science, 11(2), 75–78. https://doi.org/10.15562/jdmfs.v11i2.299

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