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Technology

Cone Beam Computed Tomograpy, Zeiss Surgical & Endodontic Microscope, Gendex Digital Radiography

  • Cone Beam Computed Tomography
  • Zeiss Surgical & Endodontic Microscope
  • Zeiss Surgical & Endodontic Microscope
  • Pulp Chamber
  • 3D Imaging : Complexity of Canals
  • 3D Imaging: CBCT
  • 3D Imaging: CBCT
  • 3D Imaging: Complexity of Canals

Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT):
Vatech American Pax-i3D Imaging Unit
Conventional intra-oral radiography provides clinicians with cost-effective, high-resolution imaging that continues to be the front-line method for dental imaging. However, it is clear that there are many specific situations where the 3-D images produced by CBCT facilitates diagnosis and influences treatment. The usefulness of the CBCT cannot be disputed. It is a valuable task-specific imaging modality, producing minimal radiation exposure to the patient and providing maximal information to the clinician.

Zeiss OPMI Pico Endodontic & Surgical Operating Microscope:
The introduction of the surgical operating microscope (SOM) to endodontitcs has dramatically changed the practice of the specialty. The microscope, within the last two decades has revolutionized the way procedures are performed. Each root canal therapy and examination is performed with the Zeiss OPMI Microscope. With the Zeiss OPMI Microscope, details and fine structures are clearly visible at high magnification levels. It enables the operator to better visualize the regions of interest and consistently provide patients with high-quality examinations and treatments.

Digital Radiographs/X-Rays:
Gendex Digital Imaging (GS-700)
Utilizing the latest sensor technology, the GXS-700 system delivers real-time images of truly amazing clarity and detail — greatly supporting diagnosis and treatment. When compared to traditional film radiographs, the digital system can significantly reduce patient exposure to radiation and eliminates the need for working with film processing chemicals.