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By Mohamed Fayad, BRADFORD R. JOHNSON

This booklet is designed to supply the reader with a whole figuring out of the function of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) in aiding to unravel a few of the so much difficult difficulties in endodontics. it's going to shorten the educational curve in program of this intriguing imaging method in a number of contexts: tricky diagnostic situations, therapy making plans, evaluate of inner enamel anatomy ahead of root canal treatment, nonsurgical and surgical remedies, early detection and remedy of resorptive defects, and results review.

The skill to acquire a correct 3D illustration of a the teeth and the encompassing buildings by way of noninvasive CBCT imaging is altering the method of medical determination making in endodontics. Clinicians lengthy conversant in operating in very small, 3-dimensional areas aren't any longer restricted by way of the constraints of two-dimensional imaging. The demanding situations of learning the hot expertise can, notwithstanding, be daunting. The distinct counsel contained during this publication might help endodontists to take complete benefit of the $64000 advantages provided through CBCT. ​

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2 Methods for Studying Tooth Anatomy Methods used to evaluate tooth and root anatomy can be categorized as in vitro or in vivo. In vitro methods allow for detailed microscopic and histologic examination of teeth in all dimensions and include demineralization, clearing, sectioning, modeling, scanning electron microscopy, and micro-computed tomography [3]. In vivo methods have more clinical implications and consist of traditional radiography, spiral computed tomography, optical coherence tomography, tuned aperture computed tomography, 4 Three-Dimensional Evaluation of Internal Tooth Anatomy 55 cone beam computed tomography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging.

2 Methods for Studying Tooth Anatomy Methods used to evaluate tooth and root anatomy can be categorized as in vitro or in vivo. In vitro methods allow for detailed microscopic and histologic examination of teeth in all dimensions and include demineralization, clearing, sectioning, modeling, scanning electron microscopy, and micro-computed tomography [3]. In vivo methods have more clinical implications and consist of traditional radiography, spiral computed tomography, optical coherence tomography, tuned aperture computed tomography, 4 Three-Dimensional Evaluation of Internal Tooth Anatomy 55 cone beam computed tomography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging.

D) Axial view of the apical one third showing a vertical buccopalatal root fracture. (e) 3D reconstruction showing the extent of the distobuccal root fracture a d b c e Fig. 4 Patient was referred for evaluation of pain to biting related to tooth #12. (a) Tooth # 12 had previous root canal treatment. Periodontal probing depths were WNL. The two lines correspond to the axial section views in (b and c). (c) demonstrates buccal loss of bone mid-root which is a pattern of bone loss (blue arrow) that is suggestive of VRF.

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