3D Volumetric Dental Tomography

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3D Volumetric Dental Tomography, a revolutionary advancement in dental imaging, offers an unparalleled view of the oral and maxillofacial region. This cutting-edge technology provides detailed three-dimensional images, allowing dental professionals to precisely diagnose, plan, and execute treatments with an accuracy previously unattainable. It’s particularly beneficial for implant planning, orthodontics, and evaluating complex dental cases. This technology represents a significant leap forward, offering clarity and depth that traditional two-dimensional imaging cannot match.

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3D Volumetric Dental Tomography Procedures

The procedure’s steps often include the following inside the clinic:
1. Preparation

The patient is positioned in the tomography unit, with instructions to remain still during the scan.

2. Scanning

The machine rotates around the patient's head, capturing multiple images from different angles.

3. Image Compilation

Advanced software compiles these images into a detailed 3D model of the patient's dental anatomy.

4. Analysis

A dental professional evaluates the 3D model, identifying any issues and planning the appropriate treatment.

5. Review

The findings and treatment plan are discussed with the patient, ensuring they are informed and comfortable with the next steps.

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3D Volumetric Dental Tomography

Benefits:

In short, the benefits or pros of the procedure often include: 

  • Detailed Visualization: Offers comprehensive views of bone structures, nerve paths, and soft tissues.
  • Improved Diagnosis: Enhances the detection and evaluation of dental conditions, leading to more accurate diagnoses.
  • Precision in Treatment Planning: Facilitates precise planning for implants, extractions, and orthodontics, reducing potential complications.
  • Non-Invasive: Provides in-depth imaging without the need for invasive exploratory procedures.

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Risks

The procedure is totally safe, but there are some potential risks, such as: 

  • Radiation Exposure: Although lower than traditional medical CT scans, there’s still exposure to ionizing radiation.
  • Cost: Advanced imaging technology can be more expensive than standard dental X-rays.
  • Accessibility: Not available in all dental clinics due to the specialized equipment required.

Why Get Dental Treatment of 3D Volumetric Dental Tomography at Dentiva Clinic?

Dentiva Clinic is at the forefront of dental technology, offering 3D Volumetric Dental Tomography to ensure the highest standard of care for our patients.

Our state-of-the-art equipment, combined with our team's expertise, allows for precise diagnostics and treatment planning.

Choosing Dentiva Clinic means benefiting from advanced imaging that informs better decision-making and results in more effective treatments.

We are committed to providing comprehensive care that leverages the latest advancements in dental science, ensuring our patients receive the best possible outcomes.

Frequently asked questions
and their answers

3D Volumetric Dental Tomography is an advanced imaging technology that provides three-dimensional, volumetric images of the oral and maxillofacial structures.

3D Volumetric Dental Tomography differs from traditional dental X-rays in that it produces three-dimensional images instead of two-dimensional ones.

The 3D Volumetric Dental Tomography procedure is generally considered safe when performed by trained professionals using modern equipment. While the radiation exposure is higher compared to traditional dental X-rays, it is still within safe limits.

3D Volumetric Dental Tomography can detect a wide range of dental issues, including but not limited to impacted teeth, dental implant planning, root canal treatment planning, jawbone abnormalities, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders.

The duration of a 3D Volumetric Dental Tomography scan varies, but the actual imaging process typically takes only a few seconds to a minute.

There is usually minimal preparation required for a 3D Volumetric Dental Tomography scan. Patients may be asked to remove metal objects, such as jewelry, to prevent interference with the imaging.

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