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Dental CT : third eye in dental implants / editor-in-chief Prashant P. Jaju ; editors Sushma P. Jaju, Prashant V. Suvarna, Pratik Dedhia ;

Contributor(s): Jaju, Prashant P.‏ [publishing director.] | Jaju, Sushma P [editor.] | Suvarna, Prashant V [editor.] | Dedhia, Pratik [editor.] | White, Stuart C [author of introduction, etc.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. 2013Edition: 1st ed.Description: 70 p. : ill. (col.) ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9789350259108.Subject(s): Dental implants | Teeth -- Tomography | | Dentistry October2016DDC classification: 617.693 Summary: Dental implants are the future of dentistry. Oral radiology is the third dimension for a successful dental implant practice. Two-dimensional imaging shares its limitations in dental implantology which was easily overcome by the advent of dental CT. The 3-D imaging provides a clear relationship between structures that could be obscure on 2-D images. CBCT is useful for assessing impacted teeth, particularly the relationship between mandibular third molars and mandibular canals. It is also valuable in assessing implant positioning and preimplant bone augmentation to provide the best possible pros.
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Index : p. 69-70.

Includes bibliographical references.

Dental implants are the future of dentistry. Oral radiology is the third dimension for a successful dental implant practice. Two-dimensional imaging shares its limitations in dental implantology which was easily overcome by the advent of dental CT. The 3-D imaging provides a clear relationship between structures that could be obscure on 2-D images. CBCT is useful for assessing impacted teeth, particularly the relationship between mandibular third molars and mandibular canals. It is also valuable in assessing implant positioning and preimplant bone augmentation to provide the best possible pros.

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