Services

doc3Enhance your practice prestige and production by offering most accurate diagnosis and treatment planning for all phases of dentistry, and

predictable and restorative driven virtual implant placement, through state of the art Cone Beam Computed Tomography and 3-D Imaging.

  With 3D MOBILE SCAN you can avoid unnecessary delays, facilitate patient management, reduce risk factors, and improve case acceptance

and production. Imagine the convenience, and excellent customer service, of having a ConeBeam CT scan performed AT YOUR OFFICE

LOCATION for immediate viewing.

3D MOBILE SCAN provides practitioners with FREE NNT VIEWER professional software and training to use it. The NNT VIEWER software provides

the ability to view all anatomical structures in 3 dimensions, develop studies from the data volume, perform distance and angle measurements.

 

  • Scanning performed at your office
  • Competitive fees to imaging centers
  • Effective tool for patient education
  • Reconstruction of dental CT data into patient studies
  • Conversion of Dicom files into any other 3-D software
  • Provide Radiological reports
  • Provide treatment planning by expert clinicians on request
  • Provides high level of risk management
  • For more information, please schedule an appointment.

 

HERE ARE A FEW WAYS 3D CBVI CAN IMPROVE YOUR PATIENT CARE:

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IMPLANTS

  • Measure quality and density of bone
  • See and avoid critical anatomy
  • Plan and determine proper placement of implant(s) while determining the most appropriate implant type and angulations
  • 1mm slices allows the Doctor to determine if cavitation is present before flap
  • Determine whether bone grafting or sinus lifts may be necessary in areas where the amount of available bone is questionabe

     


ORAL SURGERYservices02

  • Determine the precise three-dimensional position of a tooth within the alveolar bone and how this position relates to vital structures for extractions and impactions
  • Plan and determine proper placement of implant(s) while determining the most appropriate implant type and angulations
  • Trauma evaluation
  • Visualize hard and soft tissues on the computer in three dimensions for planning maxillofacial surgeries
  • Generate life-size CAD-CAM stereolithic (STL) models for surgical planning

 


ORTHO ASSESSMENTservices03

  • View bite in relation to bone structure for treatment plan
  • 3D evaluation of impacted tooth position and anatomy
  • Orthognathic surgery treatment planning and growth assessments in true 1:1 imaging
  • Planning for placement of dental implants for tooth restoration or orthodontic anchorage and for placement of temporary anchorage devices (TADs)
  • Assessment skeletal symmetry or asymmetry

 


TMJ/TMDservices04

  • Obtain a true 1:1 imaging of the condylar structures for more accurate assessments without superimposition and distortion
  • 3D evaluation of impacted tooth position and anatomy
  • Orthognathic surgery treatment planning and growth assessments in true 1:1 imaging

 

 


PERIODONTISTSservices05

  • Analyze periodontal bone defects on all sides of every tooth
  • Assess the extent of furcation involvement
  • Track the progression of advancing periodontal bone loss
  • Treatment plan dental implants by evaluating bone parameters such as bone width, depth, and density
  • Visualize vital structures such as the maxillary sinus, mental foramen and mandibular nerve prior to periodontal or implant surgeries

 


ENDODONTISTSservices06

  • More accurate identification and diagnosis of periapical endodontic pathosis than conventional radiography
  • Visualization of obscure internal pulpal anatomy and root canal systems
  • Assessment of internal and external root resorptive processes
  • Identification of root fractures and other areas of trauma
  • Volumetric and density comparisons of periradicular bone following endodontic treatment in order to assess the degree of success or failure
  • Pre-surgical planning

 


3D MOLAR/IMPACTIONSservices07

  • Visualize an impacted tooth’s position in relation to surrounding vital structures and nearby teeth and their roots
  • Better assess the risk of treatment or non-treatment based on more accurate 3-dimensional analysis

 

 


PATHOLOGY

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CBCT scans provide a superior means of visualizing and studying pathological processes in the maxilla and mandible. This information is invaluable

when planning any surgical efforts for biopsy or resection. The data can be used to:

  • Render three-dimensional images of hard tissue abnormalities
  • Provide more accurate information related to size, extent, location, and the relation to and effect on nearby anatomical structures
  • Monitor the progression of the pathology as well as the success of treatment with the use of multiple scans