- 3 Dimension Imaging: Implications for Implant Dentistry
Material provided by Implant Periodontist Edward Brant, DDS, MS of Long Island. Dr. Brant conducts a comprehensive evaluation with a patient with a fresh 3D scan generated from an ICat scanner. Within minutes the patient is able to comprehend the extent of current disease, bone loss issues, a surprise discovery of old root tips and the best reconstructive methods and products to recreate what was lost to gum disease and old extractions.
- Sirona Galileos 3 Dimensional Imaging Process
Cone Beam imaging is proving to be a popular choice for dentists seeking accurate and detailed scans used in many oral surgery and implant dentistry procedures. Current three dimensional cone beam devices include ICat, Planmeca and Galileos, featured here.
- I-Cat 3 Dimensional Imaging Process
Manufacturer's demonstration clip showing the basic operations of the I-Cat Cone Beam 3 Dimensional Imaging equipment (catscan) that many oral surgeons and implantologists are incorporating into their practice. Combined with virtual treatment planning software products, dental surgery, including implants, tmj analysis, airway passage diagnostics and bone grafting, can be performed with phenomenal accuracy. Material provided by Dr. James Sanderson
- Kodak 9000 3 Dimensional Catscans
Manufacturer's animation of the Kodak 9000 3 Dimensional imaging equipment used by oral surgeons and implant dentists that takes advantage of the latest developments in catscan technology. The Kodak 9000 offers dental surgeons the ability to switch between a 3-D mode and a 2-D Panographic mode through the use of user-changeable sensors.
Material provided through Dr. Ara Nazarian, Troy Michigan
- Planmeca 3 Dimensional Imaging Demo
Cone Beam imaging is proving to be a popular choice for dentists seeking accurate and detailed scans used in many oral surgery and implant dentistry procedures. Current three dimensional cone beam devices include Galileos, ICat and Plameca, featured here.
- CoDiagnostIX 3-D Scanner Software
Determining the need and placement of bone and tissue grafts becomes immediately apparent. Locating and avoiding critical facial nerves is now possible with great accuracy. Three dimensional views allow the doctor and patient to see and comprehend which implant devices are best suited for each implant site. Material provided through Dr. Paul Sussman, Rochester, New York
- EasyGuide 3-D Treatment Planning Software
Demonstration of EasyGuide treatment planning software used with different types of imaging data generated by traditional CatScans and newer Cone Beam imaging equipment. Software products enable implant dentistry specialists and implantologists to locate best or most suitable areas of jawbone for implant placement. Video produced by Keystone Dental.
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