Incorporating CBCT into the endodontic practice

Joshua Austin, DDS, FAGD, and Kade Roundy, DDS, MS, discuss incorporating CBCT into the endodontic practice.

Jul 21st, 2015
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During a casual, late-night Google Hangout, Joshua Austin, DDS, FAGD,and Kade Roundy, DDS, MS, informally discuss Dr. Roundy's recent decision to incorporate CBCT into his endodontic practice.

What benefits does CBCT offer for the endodontic practice? What is the decision process like for selecting a brand? And what is the return on investment—should dentists bill extra for the scans?

To find out the answers to these questions and more, watch the video here!

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Joshua Austin, DDS, FAGD, is the editorial director for Pearls for Your Practice: The Product Navigator, an e-newsletter from DentistryIQ.com and Dental Economics. He also writes the "Pearls for Your Practice" column in Dental Economics. After graduating from the University of Texas Health Science Center Dental School, Dr. Austin associated for several years. During October of 2009, he opened a solo general practice in a suburban area of San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Austin is involved in all levels of organized dentistry and can be reached at jaustindds@icloud.com.

Kade Roundy, DDS, MS, graduated from the University of Louisville in 2003 and then completed his AGD-1 year at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. After his Army service, he returned to Louisville to study endodontics, focusing his master’s research on the prognosis of endodontically treated teeth. In 2012, he openedhis practice in San Antonio, Texas. In his spare time, he enjoys running and, most of all, spending time with his wife and four kids.

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