CBCT and implants

March 31, 2011
Incidental findings in cone beam studies are often discovered when digital data is shared with an oral and maxil- lofacial radiologist.

Without question, the initial perceived value of computer-assisted, 3-D analysis of dental patients was associated with treatment planning and the delivery of dental implants. As the technology became widely used by dentists, its application was dramatically enhanced. A clinician’s ability to view images in three dimensions, as well as share clinical findings digitally, enhances the scope of the patient exam.

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