The dental radiographer must have a working knowledge of radiographic image receptors and intraoral radiographic techniques to produce quality images. Occasionally, errors will occur which can result in a diagnostically unacceptable radiographic image. When errors do occur, the radiographer must have the requisite skills to evaluate, correct and ultimately eliminate the errors. A review of image receptors and the following problem-solving steps can help correct and subsequently prevent common errors.
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