Dental tomography is a device that transfers data from the jaw and teeth site and converts the data into a three-dimensional image in the digital environment.
In addition, the tomographic image displays the bone and soft tissue details, which are not usually observed in normal X-ray films.
With dental tomography device, multiple images are taken from axial, sagittal and coronal planes. Afterwards, these sections are sliced again and structured by means of advanced software, so that the targeted region can be viewed from every angle and direction.
These sections containing high diagnostic detail and measurement accuracy, provide a guide for all kinds of treatment. In addition, the bone structure can be examined by creating a volumetric image of the cranium.
In 2D implants, only the height and width of the bone are calculated. However, the bone thickness in the dental tomography is also obtained, so the margin of error in implant applications is minimized.