3D Dental Imaging in Tavares, FL
Providing the Latest in Dental Technology
We’re excited to offer the latest in 3D dental imaging to our patients in Tavares, Florida and the surrounding area. This advanced technology lets us build high-quality 3D images of your teeth, jaw, and face in just a quick scan. This allows us to analyze your teeth more in-depth than a regular 2D x-ray, so we can come up with the absolute best treatment plan for you.
What is 3D Dental Imaging?
We use a Cone Beam Computed Technology (CBCT) machine that rotates once around your head to take a completely 3D digital image of your mouth. The scan is completed in just a matter of seconds and can be incorporated into your routine dental visits. We will get you in the right position for the scan that we need and all you have to do is remain still for a few seconds while the scan is completed.
As opposed to a regular x-ray, a 3D dental scan allows our dentist to see your entire mouth, rather than just a part of it, and gives us a more precise view of how your teeth are aligned. We’ll be able to picture with more detail exactly what needs to be fixed in your mouth. We can then use this detailed information to provide you with better cosmetic dental services, veneers, dental implants, crowns and bridges, or any other dental work you may need.
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A New Standard of Dental Care
This relatively new 3D dental imaging technology is quickly becoming the new standard for quality dental care. Because of the detail of the 3D image that a CBCT machine provides, we can create much more customized and effective dental treatment plans for our patients. You can have complete confidence in the services that you receive at our office with the knowledge that we have analyzed your unique dental issues to the fullest of modern dentistry’s abilities.
3D Dental Imaging vs. X-Rays
With 3D dental imaging technology, there is no need to bite down on anything, so it’s much more comfortable than a standard dental x-ray. There is also less exposure to radiation during the short scan. Although fast and non-intrusive, a 3D dental scan is of much higher quality than an x-ray and allows us to identify issues that might get looked over otherwise.