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Trios 3Shape Intraoral Scanner

A specialized medical device used in dental procedures for capturing detailed images of the mouth, especially teeth, gums, and intraoral structures. It is a handheld, wand-like device that incorporates advanced optical technology. When taking scans, the intraoral scanner uses structured light to capture high-resolution, 3D images of the oral cavity.

Dental intraoral scanners are used in various dental procedures, including restorative dentistry, orthodontics, prosthodontics, and implantology. They replace traditional methods of taking dental impressions, such as dental putty, by providing quicker, more comfortable, and precise digital impressions.

Scanned images are displayed in real time on a computer monitor, allowing the dentist or dental specialist to have a clear understanding of the patient’s oral condition. The digital scans create a more efficient, accurate, and accessible patient record system.

Dexis Titanium X-ray Sensor

An intraoral X-ray sensor is a dental imaging device that is used to capture X-ray images of a patient’s teeth and surrounding oral structures. It is an essential tool in dentistry for diagnosing dental problems and planning treatments

  • Design: The sensor is a small device that is similar in size and shape to the appendage of a traditional dental film. It is designed to fit comfortably inside a patient’s mouth, allowing the dentist or dental assistant to position it near the teeth and gums.
  • Image capture: The sensor contains a specialized electronic component that can detect and convert X-ray radiation into digital signals. The technology eliminates the need for traditional X-ray film and chemicals, offering several advantages such as immediate image acquisition and reduced radiation exposure.
  • Cleaning and sterilization: Our intraoral X-ray sensors are reusable devices that are covered with a disposable barrier for each patient. Additionally, the sensors are cleaned and sterilized between use.

The Dexis X-ray sensor provides phenomenal images with improved tissue contrast across a broader spectrum of radiation levels, especially at low doses. Titanium’s components were designed in a proprietary way to drastically reduce noise, clean data, safeguard image integrity, and balance and enhance performance. The images help our dentists diagnose oral conditions, monitor progress of treatments, and plan for various dental procedures.

Panoramic Radiography

A panoramic radiograph, or panoramic x-ray, is an imaging technique that captures a wide-angle view of the entire oral region. It provides a comprehensive view of the teeth, jaws, and surrounding structures in a single image. Unlike traditional intraoral x-rays, which capture individual teeth, a panoramic radiograph captures a broad view of the entire mouth, including the upper and lower dental arches, the temporomandibular joints (TMJs) and the sinuses. It is useful in assessing several dental and oral health conditions.

A panoramic x-ray shows the number, location, and position of the teeth, including any impacted or extra teeth present. This comprehensive image allows our dentists to assess bone abnormalities, bone loss, condition of the jawbones, and it can help diagnose TMJ disorders.

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