Yeah. Obviously quarantining new corals in a separate environment free of fish is the ideal situation. This allows for coral inspection too, to make sure it's free of disease and bad coral creatures (so technical, i know, but i love these parenthesis!).
However, most of us put so much money, time, and effort into our DT that affording (at least a few hundred bucks for a nano coral tank) and maintaining (it's harder with smaller tanks) a separate tank for quarantining corals is almost impossible.
I think it's safe to say that most people only dip their corals.
BTW, it was a coral that infected my tank with marine ich a while back. That was before I dipped. Probably 10 corals since then, all dipped, and no problems.