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Treatment guidelines

Imaging tools overview

Key points

  • There is a legal and ethical need to weigh the risks and benefits of imaging and radiation exposure
  • It is better to refer the patient rather than perform procedures that provide incomplete imaging information
  • For many implant surgeries, 3D imaging provides valuable information to assist in diagnosis and treatment planning

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Radiology

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