A Cone Beam CT is an increasingly popular imaging diagnostic tool used by dentists and surgeons prior to the placement of dental implants. Below are some our most popular questions and expert answers about Cone Beam CT.
My dentist is telling me to go to a special center to get a Cone Beam CT. What is the difference between a traditional CT and ...
Recently, I read an article in the NY Times about the overuse of Cone Beam CT in dentistry and the potential danger. I've read al...
Is it preferable to have a Cone Beam CT to determine the dimensional density of bone (especially in the case of bone-graft) befor...
David from FL asks:
Can a CT scan show the density of the bone? An artifical bone graft was unsatisfactory, so I now have donor bone in plac...
I understand that the best time for a CT scan or Cone Beam is right after the teeth are pulled and before the immediate implants p...
I am worried about radiation exposure from a Cone Beam CT scan and am thus inclined to go to an implantologist who uses only a...
I visited 2 prosthodontists and sought treatment plans for dental implants. The 1st dentist suggested that the cat scan be done ...
In February 2009 I had a second and third lower molar extraction. The surgical extraction was difficult and resulted in lingual...
I need a reconstruction with dental implants. Is it true that I need to get a CT done and that study models must be made before a...