The contemporary dentist was never expected to be an overseer of imaging technology similar to what is expected in a high-powered University Radiology Department, but in many ways, this scenario has arrived. Taking dental images no longer is as simple as taking an X-ray and processing film.
At most offices, dental imaging is now composed of three key components; the x-ray tube, the digital sensor and the display monitor.
The State of NY, along with many other states, have significant oversight on the various X-ray systems and how they are regulated. The State is beginning to review the digital sensors for dental systems, and while there are no regulations currently being considered for display monitors where final diagnosis is dictated, those regulations exist for whole body X-ray physician display monitors. Therefore, we will touch on them during this lecture.
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