Jeffrey, a dentist, asks:
I have been reviewing the blogs here on CT Scans for dental implants, and I’m just wondering if a CT scan was easy to get and read, would you do it more often when treatment planning for dental implants?
Personally, I have been using a service called Facial Imaging and find it very useful. Do we all think that this will become the “standard of care” for documentation, if and when it does become easier to use and more available? If that happens, will we all need cone beam technology in our offices? Won’t this then make dental implant treatments even more expensive to patients? Would appreciate any comments that will help elucidate the future direction of implant therapy.