Aren’t you tired of looking at your 2D and 3D radiographs and not knowing precisely what you see?
As an orthodontist, you know you need to know how to read 2D and/or 3D images.
The truth is you can never completely get rid of conventional imaging because for people who were blessed with just a few crooked teeth and good jaw growth, 2D is all you need. You don't have to radiate them with three-dimensional imaging.
But for the majority of your patients... those who have more complex issues like impacted teeth, TMJ disorders, and difficult extractions... 3D imaging will give you the information you need to make fully informed treatment decisions.
It's time to learn how to confidently read 2D and 3D images so you can take the next step forward in your exams.