With 3D X-Ray, we have the ability to scan the selected area of interest. We have a field-of-view that can be collimated further, in order to reduce the effective dose of radiation to the patient. This 3D function also allows us increased diagnostic accuracy when we need it most. For instance, when we need surgical procedures, volumetric imaging of the jaws, sinuses and other dental anatomy, and implants.
The patient can easily visualize the proposed solution and understand the required treatment steps with the 3D view.