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by Dr. Dale Miles on April 10, 2011

Technical Issues in Digital Imaging Part 1 | Technical Issues in Digital Imaging Part 2

2013

Cone Beam CT: Applications for the Cosmetic Dentist

Second Opinion: Radiation Minimization – “Are We There Yet?”

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2012

Temporomandibular Joint Imaging Using CBCT

Audio Interview

Dental X-Rays and Meningioma

Put Your Panoramic Imaging on Steroids While Reducing the Patient’s Dose!

2011

Interpreting the CBCT data Volume in Orthodontic Cases, Parts I and II

Risky Business: X-ray dose information to help you talk to patients

2010

Cone Beam and Conventional Imaging: Why Not Have Both?

Loose Bodies in the TM Joints

2009

“The Agony and the Ecstasy of Buying Cone Beam Technology; Part I” – March 2009

“The Agony and the Ecstasy of Buying Cone Beam Technology; Part II” – March 2009

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Miles DA: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Implant Practice US, 2(3):
42-45, 2009.

2008

Future of Dento and Maxillofacial Imaging from Elsevier

Interpreting the Cone Beam Data Volume color

2007

A Clinician’s Guide to Understanding Cone Beam Volumetric Imaging (CBVI)

Cone Beam Volume Imaging (CBVI): 3D Applicationsfor Dentistry

Cone Beam Computed Tomography for Dentistry

Clinical Experience with Cone-beam Volumetric Imaging—Report of Findings in 381 Cases

Cone Beam Imaging – “Why all the Fuss about the X-ray Dose?”

2006

Pre-surgical Implant Site Assessment

Focus On Digital Radiography

2005

Digital X-ray Imaging for Dentistry – The “Solid–State” of the Art

2004

DICOM In Dentistry: Interoperability and X-rays

New Dental X-ray Guidelines

2003

Tablet PCs: “Take One or Two, but Don’t Call Me in the Morning”

Pictures, Pixels and the Internet

The “Electronic Imaging Chain” Its Effect on Your Digital radiographic
Images

First there was “DQ”, now there is “DQE”

2002

“RADIOLOGY IN A DIGITAL AGE: NO ESCAPING REALITY”

Digital Diagnostics – Flat Panel Displays (LCDs) Vs. CRT (Cathode Ray Tube)

2001

Hard Copy Images vs. Soft Copy Images: What Works Best for You ?

Digital Imaging in the “Specialties”

BUYER’S GUIDE TO DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY

Much Ado about Scanners

Digital Training – Is It Important ?

2000

Digital Radiographic Imaging: Technology for the Next Millenium

Panoramic Imaging – “You Get What You Pay For!”

The Inevitability of digital technology in your practice

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