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CBCT units can be categorized according to patient positioning, field of view, clinical functionality, and detector type. Clinicians should consider all these characteristics prior to purchasing a unit. Most CBCT units have the patient seated or standing; this type of unit requires less space in the dental office and may be more accessible for wheelchair users. Field of view FOV is another way to categorize these units. FOV refers to the anatomical area that will be included in the data volume, or the area of the patient that will be irradiated.

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The introduction of cone beam computed tomography CBCT devices, changed the way oral and maxillofacial radiology is practiced. CBCT was embraced into the dental settings very rapidly due to its compact size, low cost, low ionizing radiation exposure when compared to medical computed tomography. Alike medical CT, 3 dimensional evaluation of the maxillofacial region with minimal distortion is offered by the CBCT.

This article provides an overview of basics of CBCT technology and reviews the specific application of CBCT technology to oral and maxillofacial region with few illustrations. Keywords: Cone beam computed tomography; dentistry; oral and maxillofacial imaging; radiography; x-ray. Conflict of interest: None declared. CBCT scans provide a three dimensional evaluation of periapical pathology along with information….

Periapical radiograph A showing root canal treated maxillary left lateral incisor without any…. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search. Advanced Clipboard. Create file Cancel. Email citation To:. Format: Summary Summary text Abstract Abstract text. Send email Cancel. Add to Collections Create a new collection Add to an existing collection.

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Figures Figure 1. Figure 1. Figure 2. CBCT, Principle of basis image acquisition where in X-ray source and Image receptor reciprocate around patient — degrees to acquire — , 2D cephalometric images Basis images. Figure 3. Acquired 2D Basis images A are used…. CBCT: Image acquisition and display modes. Figure 4. Figure 5. Figure 6. Blue lines on the axial and panoramic images indicate the location of the cross-sections. Apart from information of bone quality and dimensions, the cross-sections reveal the amount of lingual undercut and location of the inferior alveolar canal green.

Figure 7. Figure 8. MPR is very useful in evaluating dentoalveolar fractures, which are easily missed on 2D imaging. The present CBCT scan reveals dentoalveolar fracture associated with maxillary anterior teeth in different display modes.

Figure 9. The cross-sections revealing expansion and perforation of facial and palatal cortical plates due to radicular cyst. Figure CBCT scan- Panoramic view A , Axial views B , crossections C and IVR reveal radiographic features sequestration, altered density of trabecular bone, cortical expansion, compression of the mandibular canal of a case of chronic osteomyelitis.

Panoramic view B and C revealing relationship of third molar with mandibular canal and second molar. Set of cross sections D revealing the relationship with the mandibular canal.

CBCT scan: Panoramic A , Axial B views and C crossections reveal iatrogenic injury accidental sectioning of distal root of second molar, yellow arrow during third molar removal. Orthodontic applications revealing evaluation of impacted canine by CBCT. CBCT images used for assessment of orthodontic treatment involving impacted canines.

CBCT scans provide a three dimensional evaluation of periapical pathology along with information of the canal morphology.

Present scan a. Axial view and C. Periapical radiograph A shows root canal treated left maxillary second molar with periapical lesion. CBCT scans, axial B and coronal C view revealing missed distopalatal canal yellow arrow with periapical radiolucency and palatal perforation white arrow with intact floor of the maxillary sinus in relation to left maxillary second molar.

CBCT images axial and crossections are indispensable in endodontics for the evaluation of morphology of the tooth including location and number of canals, pulp chamber size and degree of calcification, root structure, direction and curvature, fractures, iatrogenic defects, and the extent of dental caries.

The images also allow measurements free from distortion and magnification. Periapical radiograph A showing root canal treated maxillary left lateral incisor without any significant changes. IVR D showing periodontal situation, which can used as tool for educating the patients. Mild deviation of the nasal septum towards left side can be appreciated in the present scan along with other features of maxillary sinus.

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The introduction of cone beam computed tomography CBCT devices, changed the way oral and maxillofacial radiology is practiced. CBCT was embraced into the dental settings very rapidly due to its compact size, low cost, low ionizing radiation exposure when compared to medical computed tomography. Alike medical CT, 3 dimensional evaluation of the maxillofacial region with minimal distortion is offered by the CBCT. This article provides an overview of basics of CBCT technology and reviews the specific application of CBCT technology to oral and maxillofacial region with few illustrations. Keywords: Cone beam computed tomography; dentistry; oral and maxillofacial imaging; radiography; x-ray. Conflict of interest: None declared. CBCT scans provide a three dimensional evaluation of periapical pathology along with information….

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EADMFR has a membership exceeding individuals whose special interest is imaging of the dental and maxillofacial region. It is multi-disciplinary, including dental radiologists, medical physicists, radiographers and scientists. It includes both academics teachers and researchers and clinicians. Indeed the content of Work Package 1 deals specifically with the development of such guidelines.

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