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Three Dimensional Imaging, Dental Tomography

A dental tomography device is a device that transfers data obtained from the jaw and teeth region to a digital image by converting it into a three-dimensional image . The resulting images, further facilitating the diagnosis of disease. 

(3D VT) is a new tomography device specially designed for the head and neck area.The desired area can be seen tomographically as 3-dimensional, so that the patient is exposed to very little radiation.

With dental tomography device, multiple sections are taken from axial, sagittal and coronal planes. Afterwards, these sections are re-sliced and structured by means of advanced software’s so that the targeted region can be viewed from every angle and direction.

It is frequently used in dental and jaw diseases, dental implant applications and maxillofacial trauma. Provides detailed diagnosis in oral  and maxillofacial   pathologies.
The most important use of dental tomography (Dental Volumetric Tomography) is the application of dental implants which re becoming widespread nowadays .

Treatment planning Before oral and maxillofacial surgery applications

Preparing a surgical template for implant placement

Examination of anatomical structures such as nasal cavity, incisive canal, maxillary sinus and mandibular canal
Measurement of bone quality and density

Inspection of jawbone contours

Examination of temporomandibular joint

Examination of periapical area and canal fillings in root canal treatments

3-D analysis of the positions of impacted  tooth in bone

Examination of pathological formations such as cysts and tumors

Examination of root fractures

As a result of three dimensional planning with dental volumetric tomography before the placement of dental implants; both complications that may arise in the future can be avoided and the aesthetic expectations of the patients can be responded appropriately.
Until recently, only panoramic radiographs have been used for implant planning, but now with improved technology, Dental Volumetric Tomography is also an important part of implant planning. The three-dimensional visualization of the vertical and horizontal amounts of the bone to which the implant is to be implanted allows the physician to start the operation with safer information and thus reduce the unwanted complications that may occur in implant operations.

According to a medical tomography ; the x-raying take place with less radiation up to 1/6 ratio . The amount of radiation given is only  0.5  to 1.5 panoramic x-rays .Image quality and resolution are too high .

You can view unexposed areas with panoramic and periapical x-rays . You can take coronal, axial, sagittal (cross section) sections from the image and make detailed diagnosis .

You can get high resolution data for implant planning and surgical guide preparation . You can make pre-treatment planning such as soft tissue detection, bone density measurement, mandibular canal distance measurement .

You can make postoperative checks such as after treatment, after prosthesis and after implantation .You can make determinations like impacted  tooth, fissures , abnormal number of channels, cyst diffusion .




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