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Intraoral Scanners

Intraoral scanners illustrate a significant advancement in dental technology, allowing for highly accurate digital impressions of the mouth. These devices eliminate the need for traditional mold-taking methods, which can be uncomfortable for the patient. Instead, they use optical scanning technology to create detailed 3D images of a patient’s dental structures. This is more comfortable and provides dentists with precise data to work with, enhancing the quality of dental restorations and orthodontic devices.

Intraoral Cameras

Intraoral cameras are small, pen-like devices that dentists use to take high-resolution images of the inside of a patient’s mouth. This technology enables dentists and patients to see the condition of the teeth and gums in vivid detail. The images captured help diagnose dental issues such as tooth decay and gum disease at early stages and can also be used to monitor ongoing conditions or treatment progress, enhancing patient understanding and involvement in their dental care.


CBCT, called Cone Beam Computed Tomography, is an advanced imaging technology used in dentistry that provides 3D images of the teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways, and bone in a single scan. With its detailed and precise imaging capabilities, CBCT is invaluable in planning and diagnosing complex dental issues, such as implant placement, assessments of jaw tumors, and more. This technology reduces the need for multiple tests, streamlining patient care and improving diagnostic accuracy.

Digital X-rays

Digital X-rays are a modern replacement for traditional photographic X-ray film, offering advantages such as lower radiation exposure and immediate image preview and availability. They allow dentists to capture detailed images of the teeth and surrounding structures, which is crucial for effective diagnosis and treatment planning. The digital format also makes storing, managing, and sharing images simple, facilitating better communication between dental professionals and enhancing patient care.

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