Fluoroscopy offers continuous X-rays with less radiation
Fluoroscopy — a diagnostic tool that captures and displays a continuous X-ray image in real time — has been a standard in the medical field for more than 100 years, currently holding a 35 percent share of the medical imaging market. But its adoption in dentistry has been limited by factors related to size, image resolution, and radiation concerns, according to Daniel Uzbelger Feldman, DMD, a member of the faculty at the Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry and a practicing dentist in Cleveland.
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