Pano, OS Ceph, CBCT
3 in 1 (From Pano to OS Ceph and CBCT)
Computed tomography (CT) imaging, also referred to as a computed axial tomography (CAT) scan, involves the use of rotating x-ray equipment, combined with a digital computer, to obtain images of the body. Using CT imaging, cross sectional images of body organs and tissues can be produced.
Cone beam CT (CBCT) is a compact, faster and safer version of the regular CT. Through the use of a cone shaped X-Ray beam, the size of the scanner, radiation dosage and time needed for scanning are all dramatically reduced. The radiation dosage is up to a hundred times less than that of a regular CT scanner.
The intraoral camera is an advanced communication tool that let you see high quality image of your own oral cavity:
• It has a built-in light source, and serves as a tiny camera that can take sharp, quality and focused pictures of one tooth.
• The images are displayed on a computer monitor, so you will be able to see problems such as worn or broken fillings, cracked teeth, plaque deposits, cavities or excessive wear.
• With a clear understanding of your conditions, you will be able to make treatment decisions with confidence.
Intraoral 3D Scanning
Through intraoral scanning your three-dimensional digital data can be obtained. The whole process is efficient and comfortable. You will enjoy a brand-new experience. The before and after treatment effect can be simulated and displayed. The visual effects enhance good communication. The three-dimensional dental data can be digitally stored. You can ask about your treatment progress with our dentist any time.