The X-ray allows the dentist to see that which cannot be seen clinically. With the correlation of medical knowledge and bioinformatics, it helps to identify and distinguish one disease from another. This applies especially to the relationship between the oral cavity and body systemic diseases by not making quick and conclusive judgments for a diagnosis to a patient's Chief Complaint. Knowing this, from all diagnostic sources data is gathered. We work or treat not from a provisional diagnosis. Our diagnostic process starts with differential considerations which then leads to an appraisal definitive for treatment. But, for proper management of a patients treatment, it may require consultation and or referral of a patient. This is usually done with a patient's primary care physician by collaboration or to a dental specialist for treatment or a second opinion.