Came across an interesting article this morning. Dentists in western Australia must hold a specific master's degree to get a license to operate a CBCT machine. While some say this is limiting access to critical information dentists need to diagnose a case, others say the regulation is needed to ensure patients aren't exposed to unnecessary or excessive radiation. What do you think?
Posted March 6, 2013
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