Imaging Sciences International is pleased to offer Quick Scan, the lowest available dose 3D scan of the full dentition. With Quick Scan, the patient's entire dentition can be imaged in 3D for only 27 'Sv'the lowest dose for the capture of both arches offered by any cone beam manufacturer in the dental market.
Especially useful in orthodontics, the Quick Scan cephalometric-height mode captures all anatomy, from chin to nasion'landmarks required for orthodontics, in 3D for 45 'Sv. These Quick Scan options provide more information for initial workups and progress checks than 2D pans and cephs while still maintaining a comparable level of dose.
Dental CBCT—What You Need to Know
It’s the beginning of a new year (2015, can you believe it?), and I’m guessing (and I’ve actually heard from some of my dentist friends) that more clinicians are starting to integrate CBCT into their practices. That got me to thinking about what a challenge it can be to bring a new piece of equipment into a practice…learning curves, training, staff acceptance, and—most important of all—patient experience. All that thinking inevitably lead me to Googling and I came across what appears to me to be a really great resource. At the FDA site, they have a...Read More