Complete 3D views of critical anatomy for more thorough analysis of bone structure and tooth orientation to optimize implant treatment and placement and selection of the most suitable implant type, size, location, and angulation prior to surgery.
A CBCT scan provides thee-dimensional images of the condyles and surrounding structures, allowing for a complete analysis and diagnosis of bone morphology, joint space, and function. Combined with radiological reporting by our Oral and Maxillofacial Radiologist, dental professionals are given the critical information needed to evaluate and design treatment plans.
Bone and jaw deformities, bone lesions and changes of the jaw, and detection of other pathologies such as cysts, tumors, and disease.
Dentigerous Cyst Report & Image Portfolio
Fibrous Dysplasia Report & Image Portfolio
Dense Bone Island Report & Image Portfolio
Keratocystic Odontogenic Tumour Report & Image Portfolio
Dens invaginatus of tooth #22 with apical (radicular) cyst Report & Image Portfolio
Three-dimensional imaging provides more accurate viewing of impacted, supernumerary, or abnormal teeth in relationship to other anatomical structures, such as roots, nasal fossa, and sinuses. Understanding the tooth’s position and its relationship to adjacent teeth and structures enhances accurate management of the treatment.
35,75 Impaction Report & Image Portfolio
Impaction Report & Image Portfolio
Supernumerary Report & Image Portfolio
Impacted & Distally Displaced 1.1 Report & Image Portfolio
Medical Modeling is a procedure during which a highly accurate physical model can be made from medical imaging modalities such as CBCT. Sophisticated software is used to view and extract information to create a virtual, 3D model of a patient’s bone structure. After the virtual model is created, the digital file is then sent to a rapid prototyping machine to produce the final model in physical form. Complete models are then measured and checked for accuracy and have become a valuable tool when planning Mandibular/Maxillofacial Orthognathic Surgery, Craniofacial or TMJ Reconstruction, or for Distraction Osteogensis treatment.
Volumetric data obtained from a CBCT survey can be used to visualize the sinuses and the entire airway path from the nasal and oral entrances to the laryngeal spaces for:
– Identification of anatomical borders
– Determination of degree of infection and presence of polyps
– Assistance in airway studies for diagnosis and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea
– Calculation of actual volume of airway space
– Determination of the point of airway constriction
EDI’s CBCT imaging system gives Orthodontists the tools to improve diagnosis and treatment planning by providing the multiple projection perspective necessary to accurately assess tooth relationships and further support the objective interpretation of anatomy.
Digital Orthodontic Case Sample Images
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