21 January 2014 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Cone-Beam CT: Applications in Orthodontics
Cone-Beam CT: Applications in Orthodontics: Orthodontists have routinely treated patients’ malocclusions by applying forces in all three planes of space. The movement of alveolar bone may be accomplished in two directions.....
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29 December 2013 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Intraoral Radiography: Positioning and Radiation Protection
Intraoral Radiography: Positioning and Radiation Protection: Educational Objectives, Upon completion of this course, the clinician will be able to do the following:, Understand the various types of intraoral radiographs that can be taken and what these are used for, Know how to correctly use the paralleling and bisecting techniques to take intraoral radiographs,Know common errors that occur when taking intra-oral radiographs and how to avoid these, Know how to minimize radiation exposure for patients and the operator .....
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29 December 2013 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) in Dental Practice
Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) in Dental Practice: Cone-beam CT is an exciting development in dental and maxillofacial imaging. This article gives an overview of the subject and discusses some of the implications for dental practitioners.....
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29 December 2013 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Best Practices in Intraoral Digital Radiography
Best Practices in Intraoral Digital Radiography: The overall goal of this article is to provide the reader with information on intraoral digital radiography.....
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23 October 2012 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Keys to Successful Intraoral Radiography
Craniofacial Imaging; Keys to Successful Intraoral Radiography, Radiographic examinations are one of the primary diagnostic tools used in dentistry to determine disease states and formulate appropriate treatment.....
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23 October 2012 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Extraoral radiography
Craniofacial Imaging: Extraoral radiography, Examination made of the head and facial region using films located outside the mouth....
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04 October 2012 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Extraoral radiography
Extraoral radiography : Extraoral Projections, Images can be produced in the dental office, X-ray source can be,Intraoral X-ray machine, Combination Pan/Ceph,Medical, Cephalometric machine...
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03 October 2012 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Detection of apical root resorption after orthodontic treatment by using cone-beam
Apical root resorption is an adverse side effect of orthodontic treatment. We compared panoramic radiography (OPT) with cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) in evaluating orthodontically induced apical root resorption.
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01 October 2012 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Using cone beam technology in orthodontics
Using cone beam technology in orthodontics : Since cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) was introduced to the dental profession in the 1990s, dental practitioners...
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01 October 2012 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» The Genesis and Development of CBCT for Dentistry
The Genesis and Development of CBCT for Dentistry : The overall goal of this article is to provide dental professionals with information on the introduction of radiographic imaging to dentistry...
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18 July 2012 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Successful panoramic radiography
Successful panoramic radiography: The panoramic radiograph continues to offer today’s dentist a unique patient view; covering the entire dentition and surrounding structures, the facial bones and condyles...
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26 June 2012 - Category: Craniofacial Imaging
» Application of Computed Tomography for Supernumerary Teeth
Application of Computed Tomography for Supernumerary Teeth:Conventional radiographs provide bi-dimensional images of three-dimensional structures limiting optimal treatment planning....
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