3-Dimensional Technology

3D imaging and implant planning Coming to our Office...!

 

Our Dear Patients, 

  These are exciting times.. After our full face-lift and office renovation done last year; we are excited to announce that we are adding 3-Dimensional Imaging to our office.

Medical and Dental technology has been improving at an incredible rate for the past several decades, leading to leaps and bounds in the quality of dental care. One of the most important and exciting developments in dental technology in the past decade has been the advent of 3D dental imaging. However, most people likely aren’t even aware of what 3D dental technology is — that’s how new it is!

What is 3D dental imaging? Why is 3D dentistry better, and how does this affect you, the patient?

From the name, 3D Imaging is the formation of a 3D representation of your teeth, jaw bones and sometimes whole head.

It creates a superior view to a regular 2D image, and hence helps us better diagnose and plan your treatment.

It is more precise, more efficient, and creates more in-depth image than a regular 2D xray image.

It allows zoning in on one specific area and viewing it from all angles and directions, something impossible to do with regular 2D xrays. It also generates hundreds of images from one single scan... look at the following image:

A Dental 3D Scan allows clinicians to view dental anatomy from different angles. A 3D scan can help gain a better view of bone structures, such as adjacent root positions, in order to locate canals and root fractures, as well as provide the ability to more accurately measure anatomical structures. These scans also support a wide range of diagnosis and treatment planning, making them extremely flexible. Further, they increase the possibility of treatment success.

3D dental imaging also delivers the power of repeatability, providing fast and accurate imaging that’s consistent—and thus, reliable. Using a 3D Dental Scanner equips dental professionals with a comprehensive view, letting them see specific conditions in the region of interest to determine whether a treatment is necessary.

 

You can read more about our specific 3D Machine, the X-MIND TRIUM 

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