Computed topography (CT) is getting better and better every day. What used to take hours or days yo produce can be done in mere seconds today. New techniques such as cone beam CT scanning represent the latest development in this exiting technology.
CT scans were first invented in 1972. Later Godfrey Hounsfield and Allan Cormack won the Nobel Prize for their invention and its corresponding contribution to medicine and science. Since then the number of scanners used in medicine has grown to 30,000 globally. There are about 6,000 in use in the United States.
While CT scans are tremendously useful in dentistry and medicine, CT scanning services have wide uses in other industries. Industrial computed tomogra