Imaging Insider: Does CBCT top panoramic images for accuracy?

Dear Imaging Insider,

Researchers asked residents in oral surgery and orthodontics to make a diagnosis for nine different conditions by first looking at a panoramic radiograph and then at a cone-beam CT (CBCT) image. They reported on which modality is more accurate and the factors that might influence imaging decisions in a new study. Read our Insider Exclusive.

Dental imaging is getting better all the time, but how do you know that your implant planning and treatment tools are accurate? Top dental implantology experts sought to answer that question at the International Team for Implantology's ITI Consensus Conference in Amsterdam. Learn more.

Periodontist Dr. Alvin Danenberg announced that he's been diagnosed with multiple myeloma. In this column, he raises questions every dental team member should ask themselves about the health risks they may face while serving their patients and their community, particularly when it comes to past imaging practices. Read more.

Also in the Imaging Community, you'll find the following recent industry news:

  • Ivory Digital Denture has announced that its digital workflow system for dentures is now available.
  • Medical device company Align Technology has made multiple updates to its iTero Element family of intraoral scanners.
  • Owandy Radiology has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its I-Max 3D wall-mounted, panoramic digital radiography unit.
  • Dental technology company MouthWatch has updated its TeleDent integrated teledentistry system.
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