3D imaging makes it easier for practitioners to analyze the inside of the human mouth, from detecting to diagnosing for a more effective treatment plan. Endodontic radiography specifically draws from different areas, and the thickness of the cortical bone plays a role in this regard. 2D images, in most cases, will need to be superimposed on a planar image to really penetrate this effectively.
3D output, meanwhile, uses geometric accuracy across three planes to create accurate visualizations of the areas in and between teeth. This relates directly back to endodontics, giving dentists an accurate idea of the state of their patients’ mouths.
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