Digital cone-beam computed tomography in ENT

Diagnostic quality always has been a primary concern in connection with therapy and treatment planning. Many practices still send their patients to a radiologist for a CT scan when they require 3D images, even though cone-beam computed tomography is a great way to provide this service in an ENT practice. In addition to the advantages of continuous workflow and retention of the revenue in your practice, you will spare your patients unnecessary radiation doses as compared to the MSCT extensively being used in the market.