Digital X-Ray Imaging: Making Sense of Your Sensors
Dale A. Miles BA, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)
Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
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Anyone thinking of “Going Digital” should attend this program. In his dynamic and entertaining style, Dr. Miles makes understanding digital imaging FUN!
This fun, informative, multimedia program makes digital imaging simple to understand. It addresses ALL types of digital x-ray images: solid-state, phosphor and scanned images. Dr. Miles presents material on the available systems, digital image acquisition, image storage, Internet use of digital information for patient management and the integration of digital imaging into your practice. Electronic image processing to make disease features more detectable is demonstrated.
Objectives: this program will enable the dentist and auxiliary to:
understand the principles of digital image acquisition
understand the advantages of digital imaging
understand the applications of digital imaging to better dental disease detection
differentiate between “wired” (solid-state) and “non-wired” (phosphor) digital systems
understand how profitable digital x-ray imaging is in their practice