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CBCT for the Temporomandibular Joints

CBCT for the Temporomandibular Joints

CBCT generates detailed 3-D imaging of the TMJs. Case selection for TMJ imaging is essential since not all TMD issues are detectable on CBCT. A thorough understanding of TMD and normal TMJ anatomy leads to an appropriate diagnosis. CBCT Reports provided via Oral &...

CBCT in Endodontics

CBCT in Endodontics

Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is a three-dimensional imaging technology that is becoming increasingly popular in endodontics thanks to its ability to provide detailed images of the internal structure of teeth. Several practical benefits for CBCT exist when used...

CBCT in Orthodontics

CBCT in Orthodontics

CBCT generates a 3-D view of the jaws, allowing precise orthodontic diagnosis and predictable treatment planning. Judicious use of CBCT before, during, and sometimes after orthodontic treatment will enhance patient outcomes in comprehensive cases. The availability and...

Implants with CBCT

Implants with CBCT

CBCT scans provide 3D information that increases the safety and accuracy of dental implant placement. CBCT Reports written by an Oral & Maxillofacial Radiologist aid in the planning of implants and should accompany each CBCT scan to ensure thorough interpretation...

CBCT Dental Applications

CBCT Dental Applications

Cone Beam CT radiography is an integral part of diagnostic imaging in dentistry. CBCT imaging reproduces 3-D anatomy, important in dental implant planning and TMJ, airway, and orthodontic assessments. CBCT imaging enhances diagnostic capabilities, with applicable uses...

Do I Need a CBCT Report?

Do I Need a CBCT Report?

Cone Beam CT is a type of medical imaging used in dental practice. CBCT provides detailed 3D images of a patient's teeth, jaw, and surrounding structures. CBCT Reports can be used to guide procedures such as dental implants, orthodontic treatment, and oral surgery....

Dental X-Rays – What’s the Purpose?

Dental X-Rays – What’s the Purpose?

Radiography is the use of x-rays in dental practice to create images of the teeth, bones, and surrounding tissues. Radiographs help dentists identify cavities, bone loss, infections, tumors, and other abnormalities that may not be visible during a clinical...

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