Reshma Nibu: really helped me a lot!! thank you!!!
Caroline Bouavanh: Thanks for the vid! You have nice hands too!
Jen Urban: Thank you
dilos flow: thank you very much!
Angela C.: Thanks! This video prepared me for my Radiography assessment :)
Mary Kellermann: very helpful!!! thank you so much :)
Mariam Aldajani: Thanks for the vid!!!
MrCDA240: Glad you figured it out. Basically, when the posterior XCP is configured correctly, the metal rod will "curve" out of the mouth. Otherwise, if set incorrectly, the metal rod would get in the way of the cheek. That's the basic reason for distinguishing between Left and Right configurations.
umbisher: Got it thanks I watched your video10 times but once I try it on myself I figured out what I didn't understand before thanks really helpful!
umbisher: What I mean can't we just try to just use the configuration that you used, why can't we use it for lower right ??
umbisher: I have a question lets say that dentist told you to expose q 2 , how initially you will know how to assemble the xcp ??
MrCDA240: Yes, this is for taking a PA (Peri Apical) on the posterior. In contrast, a PA on the anterior is blue, and BW is red.
Alma Clohessy: So this is PA on the posterior?
How to use a Posterior (yellow) XCP dental film / PSP holder5
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