Endodontists and 3D Imaging (Video from Real World Endo)

When it comes to obtaining high-resolution 3D images for diagnosis and treatment planning, endodontists have turned to cone beam computed tomography (CBCT). CBCT scans give doctors an incredibly detailed look at a patient’s anatomy that can be viewed from every angle. Not only that, but sophisticated software offers doctors added confidence when treatment planning. In this video, Jordan Reiss, Carestream Dental’s U.S. director of 3D imaging, sits down with Dr. Allen Ali Nasseh, president and CEO of Real World Endo, to share some of the latest updates included in CS 3D Imaging Software version 3.5.7. This software is free and opens any DICOM scan, no matter which unit was used to acquire it.

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3D Imaging software allows doctors to plan treatment for all kinds of endodontic scenarios. Most important, the ability to view the axial, coronal and sagittal of a patient’s anatomy, gives them the confidence that they’re accounting for every angle of the issue. This overview was provided by Real World Endo, a independent endodontic education, innovation and consulting company composed of a community of clinical and academic endodontists.

Author: Carestream Dental Blog Administrator

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