Dental origin

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Posted on By Barry Rimmer In CBCT & CAD/CAM

Hi I have just atarted out with CBCT and would like to post some images as I would value your diagnosis.This is 50 yr old man no smoker. Is this odontogenic in origin?


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Barry;
Congrats on your CBCT purchase. It is an invaluable tool and addition to any dental practice. I have often found that sound CLINICAL EVALUATION is critical to get the most out of any CBCT evaluation. So, in this case, if the tooth has an incomplete or inadequate endodontic fill then that may in fact have led to these issues in the sinus that you are seeing now. First, confirm your clinical assessment of the tooth then VERIFY with your scan. Also, please feel free to use up to 6 images per Forum post rather than 1 or 2. regards Maurice


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