Carestream 3D Tutorial Videos
Here at Eastlake Endodontics, we have found that the detail and quality of care we provide is greatly enhanced with the appropriate use of 3-D CBCT imaging. As practitioners, we all agree that we would not begin a case, endodontic or otherwise, without a full clinical and radiographic exam. Additionally, the use of 2-D “traditional” images are an absolute must when it comes to patient evaluation. That being said, how often do you find yourself thinking “I’m just not sure about this….”, or “Ms. Jones, I know you are hurting, but I just can’t see anything on the xray”? Due to the complexity of the natural anatomy of the jaws, teeth, etc, there is an inherent limitation to 2-D radiographs. Fortunately, with the introduction and use of dental CBCT, so much more information can be gathered (and best of all- in a non-invasive way) that is useful for these situations. Once you witness this for yourself, you will wonder how much information you might have missed without it. Eastlake Endodontics is here to help you in this regard, by providing this technology for your use and to the benefit of your patients.
I have accumulated a few tutorial resources below. Please feel free to review them. I hope you find them useful.
If you have a question on volume interpretation and would like to schedule a training session, please call our office.
Dr. Jon Richards
Improving Patient Care with CBCT Imaging
CBCT Basics: How to load a scan
When you receive a CD or DVD disc with CBCT data, what do you do next? Watch the video below for instructions on how to load imaging software.
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Utilizing a CS 3D CBCT Scan CD or DVD
CS CBCT Software Basic Usage Tutorial