Dentistry has witnessed tremendous advances in all its branches over the past three decades. With these advances, the need for more precise diagnostic tools specially imaging methods has become mandatory. From the simple intraoral periapical x-rays, advanced imaging techniques like computed tomography, cone beam computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound have also found their place in modern dentistry.
Changes from analouge to digital radiography has not only made the process simpler and faster but also made image storage and manipulation and retrieval easier. The 3- D imaging has made the complex craniofacial structures more accessible for examination.
He has a vast experience regarding the Interpretation of CBCT scans and has various related researches and publications to his credit.