Cone-beam Computed Tomography: Anatomic Analysis of Maxillary Posterior Teeth-Impact on Endodontic Microsurgery.

@article{Lavasani2016ConebeamCT,
  title={Cone-beam Computed Tomography: Anatomic Analysis of Maxillary Posterior Teeth-Impact on Endodontic Microsurgery.},
  author={Sanaz Aghabak Lavasani and Cynthia Tyler and Samantha Harris Roach and Scott B. McClanahan and Mansur ud Din Ahmad and Walter R. Bowles},
  journal={Journal of endodontics},
  year={2016},
  volume={42 6},
  pages={
          890-5
        }
}
INTRODUCTION It is imperative that the endodontic surgeon be knowledgeable of the anatomic dimensions of the surgical site. If cone-beam computed tomography is not available because of location/cost, it is prudent for the clinician to consult a knowledge base for the surgical site. An understanding of the root thickness of maxillary premolars and molars at the preferred level for root resection (3.0-3.6 mm), bone thickness over these roots, and the proximity of each root apex to the maxillary… CONTINUE READING
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