Benefits of 3D Imaging


D dental tomography allows to use X rays for obtaining the sectional image of the target site and for radiologic diagnosis. The 3D imaging details the tissues that cannot be visualized by standard X-ray and operates on the conic light principle. The 3D imaging allows to have sections from sagittal, coronal and axial planes and supports measurement accuracy.

The 3D imaging measures all the details to allow having positive results and also enables to examine the bony structure using the most accurate techniques.

3D dental tomography allows to have radiography with less radiation. It gives priority to the concept of comfort in dental treatments to have positive results. The 3D imaging supports to protect protects sensitive organs such as cataract and thyroid because it only points at the target site. The 3D imaging has a very high capacity for resolution and enables to have successful results for the therapy after treatment. The 3D imaging monitors the targeted site through digital guiding image with two directions and also supports to obtain volumetric tomographic image. The 3D dental tomography even allows to obtain images that cannot be exposed by periapical and panoramic imaging and is used to have sagittal, coronal and axial sections. The 3D dental tomography is very appropriate for detailed diagnosis and also helps implant planning. The dental volumetric tomography is used to obtain high resolution and is appropriate for preparing surgical guides. The 3D imaging identifies the soft tissues and also measures the mandibular canal distance. The 3D dental tomography is used for operative controls after treatment and also identifies the abnormal number of canals, impacted tooth, and spread of cysts. The 3D imaging enables to have results for solutions with implant planning and retraction and allows to monitor even the finest details.

The dental tomography used for 3D imaging has digital cephalometric function. The dental tomographic device has 2 digital cassettes and allows to perform digital volumetric tomography. The dental tomographic device has an alternative diameter and cylindrical height and enables to take measurements of root canal in a short period of time. You may also use the 3D imaging for quick diagnosis.


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