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Cone Beam Computed Tomography. Cone-beam Units. NewTom 3G by AFP. Galileos by Sirona. MercuRay by Hitachi. 3D Accuitomo by J. Morita. I-CAT by ISI. Iluma by IMTEC. Comparative Dosimetry. Effective dose ( m Sv). Dental Applications. Broad acceptance in dentistry last five years

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cone beam computed tomography

Cone Beam Computed Tomography

Bureau of Radiological Health

cone beam units
Cone-beam Units

NewTom 3G by AFP

Galileos by Sirona

MercuRay by Hitachi

3D Accuitomo

by J. Morita


Iluma by IMTEC

comparative dosimetry
Comparative Dosimetry

Effective dose (mSv)

Source; Stuart White- UCLA School of Dentistry

dental applications
Dental Applications

Broad acceptance in dentistry last five years

  • Orthodontic treatment planning
  • Dental implants
  • Temporomandibular joints for osseous degenerative changes
  • Evaluation of wisdom teeth vs. mandibular nerve
  • Disease

Source; Stuart White- UCLA School of Dentistry

cephalometric analysis
Cephalometric Analysis

Source; Stuart White- UCLA School of Dentistry

bureau issues
Bureau Issues
  • How to regulate these sources?
    • Appears that FDA has classified them as CT
  • If CT, subject to QA requirements
  • If CT, limited licensed technologists prohibited from operating unit
  • Your thoughts?

Source; Stuart White- UCLA School of Dentistry

suggested regulatory approach
Suggested Regulatory Approach
  • Advise all CBCT registrants that FDA classifies as CT (Once we officially confirm)
  • Advise registrants that only the Dentist, Physician, Dental Hygienist(?) or Diagnostic Technologist can operate CBCT
  • Provide registrants 90 days to develop and 180 days to implement alternative QA program as permitted by N.J.A.C. 7:28-22.3(g).

Source; Stuart White- UCLA School of Dentistry