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CBCT For Orthodontics

Evaluating Dental Structures Conventional radiography represents 3D structures on a 2D plane, which is obviously limiting. CBCT imaging, meanwhile, represents the anatomical structure properly in sagittal, coronal, and lateral views. This is more comprehensive, more accurate, and better, overall. Evaluating Impacted Teeth CBCT is most-commonly used to analyze teeth and their surrounding locations. This works...

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CBCT For Endodontics

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...

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CBCT For Dental

Dental CBCT equipment helps medical professionals take comprehensive, high-quality x-rays of the inside of their patients’ mouths. But what are their specific benefits for dental work? Let’s take a closer look: CBCTs zone in on specific areas with pinpoint accuracy, generating x-rays on spaces as small as a single tooth root. Allowing dentists to control...

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Are CBCT Scans Safe?

Cone beam computed tomography, or CBCT is one of the most impactful innovations in the last decade of dentistry. It’s a certified effective oral health analysis technique and considered by most to be a medical standard for its efficacy.  Radiation doses from dental CBCT exams are typically lower than other CT exams. Dental CBCT exams,...

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Where To Buy Dental Scanners?

While the internet is the hub for not only information, but for products of astounding variety, you may still risk the chance of buying a product, or receiving information that is not up to par with your standards. As a dentist, you should strive to know the best techniques with the most up to date...

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What do dental sensors do?

As opposed to film x rays, digital dental sensors are handheld pieces of technology that take digital x-ray images of a patient’s teeth. In a safe way, patients will be a part of a comfortable experience where they can get a diagnosis quickly. Dental sensors are optimal for taking x-ray images because they are digital,...

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What Are Dental Sensors?

If you are a dentist, you probably have experience using film x rays. Chances are still that you wish you had a better alternative to film x rays, which gave better results quicker and more efficiently. That is where digital dental sensors come into play. What are dental sensors? Dental sensors are handheld x-ray technologies...

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Scanners For Dental Impressions

Traditionally, when it comes to forming dental impressions, the process can be very tedious for the dentist, and extremely irritating for the patient. The process of forming the mold is either arduous or yields an inaccurate result. Luckily, technology is constantly evolving the way dentistry is practiced. Now, digital dental scanners are made especially for...

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How much do dental scanners cost?

The dental industry has skyrocketed with additions of new technologies that aid dentists informing diagnoses and providing a comfortable customer experience. While many dentists have adopted these new tools, some are apprehensive about them, sticking to more archaic, less experimental forms of dentistry. One of the biggest questions around dental sensors is: how much do...

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How long do dental sensors last?

Chances are, if you have used a traditional x-ray sensor, you have experienced the difficulties and costs of repairing it as it’s damaged. Whether it’s accidental or caused by age, too often do traditional film dental x rays offer less than optimal service to dentists.  Digital dental x-ray sensors are the best options for dentists...