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The rise of the cone beam computed tomography

The rise of the cone beam computed tomography

Submitted by • November 7, 2014 blogtown1.blog.com

Until today the basic x-ray technology and magnetic resonance imaging techniques were the conventional methods of gathering information for diagnostics in dentistry. However, in 2010 the field was won over by a breakthrough of technology based on cone beam computed technology. Since then the devices based on CBCT have become more and more common in dentist clinics and hospitals alike.

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