Cone beam computed tomography in Endodontics – a review (2024)

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Successful management of endodontic problems depend on diagnostic imaging techniques to provide the critical information about the teeth under examination, and their surrounding hard and soft tissues. The introduction of cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) specifically dedicated for imaging the maxillofacial region heralds a true paradigm shift from 2D to 3D approach to data acquisition and image reconstruction. The system overcomes many of the limitations of conventional radiography by producing undistorted, three-dimensional images of the area under examination. It is capable of providing sub-millimetre resolution in images of high diagnostic quality, with short scanning times (10–70 seconds) and radiation dosages reportedly up to 15 times lower than those of conventional CT scans. These systems produce images with small field of view at low radiation doses with adequate spatial resolution that are suitable for many applications in endodontics from diagnosis to treatment and follow-up. This article provides an overview of specific application of various CBCT display modes to clinical endodontic practice.

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Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is widely used in dentistry due to low radiation, high-quality digital reconstruction of three-dimensional image, the elimination of the overlapping of structures which lie along the same axis, the possibility of obtaining real shaped images and enabling accurate measurements of the examined anatomical structures. Three-dimensional imaging of the structures of the stomatognathic system is most commonly implemented in endodontics, implantology and periodontics. The CBCT technique is used in endodontics primarily to detect anatomical abnormalities, visualise the root canal system, disclose additional canals, detect perforations and vertical root fractures, diagnose periapical lesions caused by inflammation of the pulp, identify and locate root resorption, clarify the reasons for the lack of healing of endodontically treated teeth. An important advantage of CBCT over conventional radiography is the fact that CBCT enables an exact visualisation of th...

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For the clinical assessment of the dental patients, imaging is an important diagnostic adjunct. Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) systems have been designed for three dimensionally imaging of hard tissues of the maxillofacial region including the teeth and surrounding tissues. CBCT is a new application of computed tomography (CT) that generates image data at lower cost and absorbed doses than conventional CT used for medical radiology. Most of the attention regarding CBCT imaging has focused on applications for dental implant placement, oral surgery, endodontics, orthodontics and temporomandibular joint imaging. The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of this CBCT technology and an understanding of its basics and the clinical applications in dentistry.

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Cone beam computed tomography in Endodontics – a review (2024)

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