Artifact or true pathology? Let’s see!

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Diagnocat

Updated: March 20, 2024
Published: November 22, 2023
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X-ray artifacts should not interfere with precise diagnosis! The 3D reconstruction created by Diagnocat shows tooth 43 (Universal 27), which will be discussed in this clinical case

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A CBCT scan was performed as part of the checkup, and a radiolucent area can be seen in the coronal part of tooth 43 (Universal 27)

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No pathology was found in the area of tooth 43 (Universal 27), since Diagnocat accurately differentiated the artifact from the true pathology

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Alternatively, let’s take a look at the tooth 17 (Universal 2) using 3D-Viewer. We can see radiolucency of enamel and dentin, which was correctly indicated as caries in the report. 3D-Viewer is a tool with an interactive coordinate system that allows you to visualize the area of interest simultaneously from three planes: axial, bucco-lingual and mesio-distal.

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