Ultrasound is a noise which has such a high frequency that the upper limit of human hearing is crossed and humans can not hear it. Ultrasound is used for diverse medical applications for various Dental problems and treatment, but the most common and well known application is to produce images of fetuses in the human womb.
In order to completely investigate salivary glands, cysts and tumor in the oral region and diagnosis of temporomandibular joint disorders, midfacial fractures, fractures of mandibular condyle and ramus cervical lymphadenopathy and swelling in oro-facial region.
Ultrasound guided core needle biopsies recommended as a safe and reliable technique in the diagnosis of cervico-facial masses with a high diagnostic yield. All diagnostic ultrasound applications are based on the detection & display of acoustic energy reflected from interfaces within the body
Ultrasonography as an imaging modality in dentistry has been extensively explored in recent years due to several advantages that diagnostic ultrasound provides. It is a non-invasive, inexpensive, painless method and unlike X-ray. It does not cause harmful ionizing radiation. It works as a diagnostic imaging tool in all specialties in dentistry, for both hard and soft tissue detection. The use of ultrasound is described and discussed in the fields of dental scanning, caries detection, dental fractures, soft tissue and periapical lesions, maxillofacial fractures, periodontal bony defects, gingival and muscle thickness, temporomandibular disorders, and implant dentistry.
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