3D Dental Tomography
This imaging technology allows evaluation of the hard dental tissue, as well as the gums and jaw. Distinct from traditional radiography, this creates a 3D image. With the help of 3D imaging, dentists have the capability to clearly visualize the issues facing the patient, and how to best resolve them.
Such high-quality imagery allows dentists to perform their surgical procedures within much safer limits during surgery. The success rate of implant treatment, for example, significantly increases by means of tomography.
3D dental tomography has a crucial place for diagnosing cysts inside jaw bones, possible tumors, and other pathological structures. With early diagnosis, it is possible to prevent many very serious problems.
The ionizing radiation dose of 3D dental tomography is very low when compared to standard radiography techniques.