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How would one prepare for a dental transillumination test?
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Dr. Robert Chin
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: There is no prep
This is usually conducted during a routine check up or dental exam. There is no preparation required by the patient.
This test helps in early detection of dental problems and is painless.

In brief: There is no prep
This is usually conducted during a routine check up or dental exam. There is no preparation required by the patient.
This test helps in early detection of dental problems and is painless.
Dr. Robert Chin
Dr. Robert Chin
Thank
Dr. Nela Cordero
Pediatrics
In brief: TRANSILLMINATION
Dentist use this fibre-optic shining light through hard and soft tissue to DX internal defects such as caries, cracks, trauma or enamel infractions.
The patient is prepared by positioning him convenient to the dentist.

In brief: TRANSILLMINATION
Dentist use this fibre-optic shining light through hard and soft tissue to DX internal defects such as caries, cracks, trauma or enamel infractions.
The patient is prepared by positioning him convenient to the dentist.
Dr. Nela Cordero
Dr. Nela Cordero
Thank
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