3D imaging provides a extremely diagnostic, low-dose xray for use in a wide variety of procedures. Nearly all implant dentistry requires 3D imaging. Most practices need to refer patients out of office for costly higher radiation images provided by a medical imaging center.
This scanner produces three dimensional (3D) images of your teeth, soft tissue, nerve pathways, and bone structure in one single scan. There's no necessary, excess preparation on the patient's end and it's just as simple and quick as a regular x-ray.
These scans are used for different dental cases, including impacted teeth, dental implants, jaw evaluation, bone structure, tooth orientation, restorative purposes, and more.