The disadvantages of conventional 2-dimensional x-rays for accurate periodontal assessment is avoided by 3-dimensional and cross-sectional analyses helping to avoid surprises often encountered during periodontal surgery.

  • Analyze periodontal bone defects on all sides of every tooth.
  • Assess the extent of every 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.