The use of various forms of biophotonics treatments is enabling better clinical care in dentistry from an improved illumination of operative fields, sophisticated optical and spectroscopic imaging to therapeutic (surgical and non-surgical) applications. There are several anecdotal reports on the superiority of lasers as a surgical tool that is ascribed to its precision and blood-less field of operation. However, there ...more »
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The effectiveness of CT and cone beam CT (CBCT) examination of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is determined by the sensitivity and independence of the method used for analysis of the image obtained. The optical system of the human eye cannot detect changes in the radiographic (graphics) information within 10%. Objective. To improve the quality and objectivity of the analysis of CT and CBCT of the TMJ by the creation ...more »