About 3D Oral Imaging
Although digital oral x-rays can take two-dimensional pictures of your mouth and teeth, 3D oral imaging provides a full 360-degree panoramic view. 3D imaging allows our team at Complete Family Dentistry to assess any oral health problems or review damage in your jaw, skull, teeth, and mouth. This state-of-the-art technology provides a blueprint of your overall dental health. In addition to helping us detect potential dental health issues, we can better evaluate and explain what treatments you may need. 3D oral imaging can provide a faster diagnosis and more accurate treatment options. We can also use the images to make more precise dental implants and crowns. 3D imaging allows us to help our Wellsboro, PA patients make informed decisions about their dental health.
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How Can 3D Oral Imaging Help You?
We can use 3D oral imaging to identify various dental conditions for men and women of any age. For kids, it helps us track changes and developments in dental and facial growth. We can also use 3D imaging throughout orthodontic treatments to ensure that your teeth are aligning and shifting as they should be. It also improves our ability to monitor your overall oral health and create a personalized treatment plan that aligns with your dental needs and concerns. Patients can view the images as we discuss their various treatment options.
What to Expect
Much like x-rays, 3D oral imaging is typically part of your regular dental exam. The actual process is very similar to having x-rays taken, but with 3D imaging, the imaging system will move 360-degrees around your head. The entire process takes less than a minute for a complete mouth view. The pictures are then uploaded for us to examine and determine whether you're experiencing any dental conditions that may require treatment. Since the imaging process can expose patients to radiation, women that are pregnant or breastfeeding should inform us beforehand. Additionally, kids should limit their exposure to radiation and only receive 3D imaging if necessary and recommended by a specialist.
After receiving 3D oral imaging, you will not need additional appointments for more photos. However, we highly recommend that patients receive biannual dental cleanings and yearly dental examinations to maintain optimal oral health. An attentive dental health regimen is also just as imperative, such as brushing your teeth twice daily and flossing every day to help keep your teeth healthy and strong. Please let us know if you have any questions about your 3D images. With 3D imaging, we can monitor your oral health and strive to provide the best, personalized care for years to come.
Schedule Your Yearly Dental Exam With 3D Oral Imaging
This method of oral imaging is an excellent approach to successfully discover and treat conditions that may occur in your mouth, jaw, or teeth. We use oral imaging when performing simple and complex dental therapies. This helps us design your treatment plan and reduce the danger of complications. If you'd like to incorporate 3D imaging into your regular dental examination, contact Complete Family Dentistry in Wellsboro, PA to schedule an appointment today.