Future of Oral Medicine and Radiology | Abstract

Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
eISSN No. 2347-2367 pISSN No. 2347-2545

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Future of Oral Medicine and Radiology

Author(s): Shivani Mittal* and Swapnil Mohod


Oral Medicine and Radiology (OMR) specialists may manage oral health care and conduct dental therapeutic treatments in hospitals and outpatient medical clinics for patients with complicated medical illnesses needing interdisciplinary healthcare intervention, it also, involves the creation and interpretation of pictures and data generated by all radiant energy modalities utilized in the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and conditions of the maxillofacial area. Oral Medicine's evolution has positioned it well to contribute to oral health and sickness science, clinical treatment, and policy, which should help the field's already steady expansion locally, nationally, regionally, and globally, as well as secure its survival. By refining radiography methods, a multidisciplinary approach will increase efficiency, reduce needless ionizing radiation exposure, and aid in decision-making and treatment planning and treatment of mucosa, TMJ and other pathologies. An OMR expert may make a significant difference in the fabric of our country's overall healthcare.

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