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Digital & 3D X-Rays

Digital and 3D x-rays are the latest technological advancements in dental practices, offering even greater precision and accuracy for diagnosis and treatment planning. Digital x-rays use digital sensors to capture images of the teeth and gums, providing immediate results with reduced radiation exposure. On the other hand, 3D x-rays, also known as cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), create a detailed 3D image of the teeth, jaw, and surrounding structures. This advanced imaging technology allows dentists to see inside the teeth and bones, making detecting complex issues such as impacted teeth, jaw tumors, and bone loss easier. Furthermore, 3D x-rays provide more accurate measurements for dental implant placement, helping our dentists create custom-fit prosthetics. In summary, digital and 3D x-rays are the future of dental practices, enabling more efficient and precise diagnoses and treatment planning.

Intraoral Cameras

Intraoral cameras have become an essential tool in modern dental practices, allowing dentists to capture high-quality images of the inside of a patient’s mouth. These small cameras are designed to fit comfortably inside the mouth, providing a detailed view of the teeth, gums, and other oral structures. Intraoral cameras are particularly useful for detecting small cavities, cracks, and other dental problems that may not be visible to the naked eye. They also help our dentists to explain dental procedures to patients by showing them a clear and detailed view of their teeth and gums. Additionally, intraoral cameras are an effective way to track treatment progress over time, making it easier for our dentists to monitor the effectiveness of certain procedures. Overall, intraoral cameras have greatly improved patient care in dental practices by enhancing diagnosis, communication, and treatment planning.

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