By Mohamed Fayad, BRADFORD R. JOHNSON
This booklet is designed to supply the reader with a whole realizing of the position of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) in aiding to unravel some of the so much hard difficulties in endodontics. it is going to shorten the training curve in software of this interesting imaging method in quite a few contexts: tricky diagnostic situations, therapy making plans, evaluate of inner teeth anatomy ahead of root canal remedy, nonsurgical and surgical remedies, early detection and remedy of resorptive defects, and results overview.
The skill to procure a correct 3D illustration of a teeth and the encircling constructions by way of noninvasive CBCT imaging is altering the method of scientific selection making in endodontics. Clinicians lengthy conversant in operating in very small, 3-dimensional areas aren't any longer limited via the restrictions of two-dimensional imaging. The demanding situations of studying the recent expertise can, besides the fact that, be daunting. The distinct assistance contained during this e-book can assist endodontists to take complete benefit of the $64000 advantages provided by way of CBCT.
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D) 3D reconstruction showing a crestal bone defect (blue arrow). (e) Axial view showing a previous distobuccal root amputation site (purple arrow) that was not obvious on the periapical radiographs. I. R. Johnson a b c d Fig. 13 Continuation of case in Fig. 12 (a) Clinical picture after flap reflection showing both crestal and periapical lesions. (b) Communication between both defects. (c) Both defects grafted with an EnCore™ combination allograft (Osteogenics Biomedical, Lubbock, TX). (d) CopiOs pericardium membrane (Zimmer, Warsaw, IN) 3 Nonsurgical and Surgical Treatment Planning a 47 b c Fig.
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CBCT is a desirable addition to the endodontist’s armamentarium. Examples of cases where CBCT made a significant difference in the treatment planning process are presented in Figs. 16. 3 Nonsurgical and Surgical Treatment Planning a 37 b c d e Fig. 3 (a) Periapical radiograph of tooth #2. The patient was referred for nonsurgical root canal treatment with a diagnosis of pulp necrosis and asymptomatic apical periodontitis. (b) Sagittal view showing the distobuccal root fracture. (c) Coronal view showing the unusual horizontal fracture of the distobuccal root.
3D Imaging in Endodontics: A New Era in Diagnosis and Treatment by Mohamed Fayad, BRADFORD R. JOHNSON