Technology Papers

 

• P. Rustemeyer , U. Streubühr , J. Suttmoeller.
Low-Dose Dental Computed Tomography: Significant Dose Reduction without Loss
of Image Quality. Taylor & Francis, Volume 45, Number 8 / December 2004,
pages 847 - 853


• Baba et al.Using a flat-panel detector in high resolution
cone beam CT for dental imaging. Dentomaxillofac Radiol.2004; 33: 285-290.


• Allan G. Farman, Taeko T. Farman1A status report
on digital imaging for dentistry. Oral Radiology, Volume 20, Number 1, June
2004, Pages: 9 - 14


• Sukovic P., Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Craniofacial
Imaging. Orthod. Craniofacial Res. 6 (Suppl. 1), 2003; 31-36.


• R. A. Danforth et al., 3-D Volume Imaging for Dentistry:
A New Dimension. CDA Journal. Vol 31 No.11, Nov. 2003 817-823.

• Mah J., Hatcher D. Current Status and Future Needs in Craniofacial Imaging. Orthod. Craniofacial Res. 6 (Suppl.
1), 2003; 10-16.


• Vannier MW. Craniofacial computed tomography scanning:
technology, applications and future trends. Orthod. Craniofacial Res. 6 (Suppl.
1), 2003; 23-30.


• C.M. Ziegler, et al., Clinical indications for digital
volume tomography in oral and maxillofacial surgery, Dentomaxillofac Radiol.
31 (2) (2002) 126–130.


• Sukovic P, Brooks S et al. A Novel Design of a Cone
Beam CT Scanner for Dentomaxillofacial Imaging: Introduction and Preliminary
Results. 15th International Congress and Exhibition on Computer Assisted Radiology
and Surgery, 27-30 June 2001, Berlin, Germany; 2001


• Arai Y, Tammisalo E, et al. Development of a compact
tomogrphic apparatus for dental use. Dentomaxillofacial Radiology 1999; 4:
245-248.


• P. Mozzo, et al., A new volumetric CT machine for
dental imaging based on the cone-beam technique: preliminary results, Eur.
Radiol. 8 (9) (1998) 1558–1564