Medical Model Wizard

Does the patient have a lot of restorations, especially posterior PFM’s Zirconia Cowns, or even large amalgams.  That would mean the CBCT scan may have a lot of artifact, and thus be be “noisy”.  Absence of numerous such restorations would mean a “clean” CBCT

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Your answer will take you directly to the appropriate protocol.

Does the patient have a lot of restorations, especially posterior PFM’s Zirconia Cowns, or even large amalgams.  That would mean the CBCT scan may have a lot of artifact, and thus be be “noisy”.  Absence of numerous such restorations would mean a “clean” CBCT

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Your answer will take you directly to the appropriate protocol.

“Noisy” Scan

Scanning Protocol Wizard

Trumergence LLC // Timothy O. Hart DDS MS

Denver, CO

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