Thursday, October 10, 2013

My Dentist Friend purchased Imaging System

Before I continue with my further talks, let me first talk about - Dental Planet

My Friend named "Norman Shuler" is professional dentist in Texas, had positive experience with them.

Actually, he was searching for "Cone Beam and 3D Imaging Systems" to purchase online, and finally find "DentX Panoura Pan & 3D Cone Beam" at this page -

He said that, it is a patient friendly, safe machine with incredible imaging results.

Dental Planet has been serving the Dental Industry for over 25 years from Wichita Falls, TX.

Since the acquisition, the Dental Planet team has been striving to build our reputation in our local community as well as the Dental and Health Care Industries.

You can join them at social media sites,

Next, want to write about Cone Beam 3D Imaging Systems which I got from "Norman Shuler", so keep reading...

Cone beam 3D imaging is a remarkable new dental technology, which creates virtually unlimited views of the face, neck and teeth, for better treatment planning. Cone beam 3D imaging is fast, simple and completely pain-free. Patients are simply required to sit in a chair, while the scanner alongside, runs a single scan for around 10 - 20 seconds. The scanner will project a cone-shaped beam of x-rays and circles around the head of the patient, gathering data through the radiographs. It will then create a computer-generated view of the patient's jawbone, teeth, airways and facial bones in 3D, which the dental implantologist will be able to view from a computer, in colour.

Cone beam 3D imaging technology allows for better examination of the dental anatomy, from various angles and magnifications. It is usually used by dental implantologists to evaluate the width and height of the jawbone, to determine if the bone is thick enough for implants to be safely placed. Cone beam 3D imaging also allows identification of other abnormalities, which might lead to implant failure. Additionally, it helps dental implantologists to suggest which type of implant system (such as endosteal, subperiosteal, transosseous or mini implants) would be the most suitable for the patient.