By Mohamed Fayad, BRADFORD R. JOHNSON
This booklet is designed to supply the reader with an entire knowing of the function of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) in supporting to unravel a number of the such a lot not easy difficulties in endodontics. it is going to shorten the educational curve in software of this interesting imaging approach in numerous contexts: tough diagnostic instances, remedy making plans, assessment of inner enamel anatomy sooner than root canal treatment, nonsurgical and surgical remedies, early detection and therapy of resorptive defects, and results evaluate.
The skill to acquire a correct 3D illustration of a the teeth and the encircling buildings by way of noninvasive CBCT imaging is altering the method of scientific determination making in endodontics. Clinicians lengthy acquainted with operating in very small, three-d areas are not any longer limited via the restrictions of two-dimensional imaging. The demanding situations of getting to know the recent know-how can, although, be daunting. The unique advice contained during this booklet can assist endodontists to take complete benefit of the real advantages provided by means of CBCT.
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A) Palatal view CBCT reconstruction showing the exit of the nasopalatine bundle from the incisive canal. (b) Sagittal view showing periapical radiolucency involving teeth #9, 10, and 11. (c) Coronal view of the exit of the nasopalatine bundle from the incisive canal. (d) Periapical defect after degranulation showing the apices of teeth #9 and 10 before resection. (e) Clinical picture of the intact nasopalatine neurovascular bundle after degranulation (blue arrow). (f) Lateral wall of the maxillary sinus distal to tooth #11 (black arrow).
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3D Imaging in Endodontics: A New Era in Diagnosis and Treatment by Mohamed Fayad, BRADFORD R. JOHNSON