Digital imaging was first introduced to the dental profession in the late 1980s. Since that time technology has evolved, allowing new types of imaging, e.g., cone-beam computed tomography to become more common in all areas of dentistry. Digital imaging is reliable and consistent, providing dental providers with more radiographic options to diagnose disease, anomalies, and other conditions.
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