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صفحه نخست /Comparison between cone ...
عنوان
Comparison between cone beam-computed tomography and multidetector-computed tomography for linear measurement in dental implant site
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کلیدواژه‌ها
cone beam-computed tomography , multidetector-computed tomography , linear measurement, dental implant ,
چکیده
Provision of dental implants for patients who have lost their teeth is a common practice. Anatomic structures and the surrounding bone must be assessed both clinically and radiographically before placing implants [1]. Imaging options began with two-dimensional (2-D) imaging and now include three-dimensional (3-D) imaging techniques. Diagnostic information, treatment planning and outcome benefits have increased with the use of 3-D imaging techniques. Using 3-D virtual planning techniques before treatment has resulted in optimal implant placement and improved clinical results [2]. For many years multidetector MDCT has been hailed the most accurate and reliable imaging modality for implant site assessment. However, MDCT has certain limitations such as high radiation dose, degradation of the image quality by metallic artifacts, high cost and limited availability. In an attempt to overcome the limitations of MDCT, volumetric tomography devices, based on the concept of cone beam CBCT were developed specifically for use in the maxillofacial region [3-5]. However, CBCT images are associated with increased scatter and noise compared with MDCT images; thus, CBCT has relatively lessProvision of dental implants for patients who have lost their teeth is a common practice. Anatomic structures and the surrounding bone must be assessed both clinically and radiographically before placing implants [1]. Imaging options began with two-dimensional (2-D) imaging and now include three-dimensional (3-D) imaging techniques. Diagnostic information, treatment planning and outcome benefits have increased with the use of 3-D imaging techniques. Using 3-D virtual planning techniques before treatment has resulted in optimal implant placement and improved clinical results [2]. For many years multidetector MDCT has been hailed the most accurate and reliable imaging modality for implant site assessment. However, MDCT has certain limitations such as high radiation dose, degradation of the image quali
پژوهشگران عباس شکری مرنی (نفر اول)، سیماالسادات لاری (نفر دوم)، سمیرا خواجه (نفر سوم)، عاطفه خوید (نفر چهارم)