Dental Imaging

  • Blueprint: Fully digital implant workflow with the Dentsply Sirona's Axeos 3D Imaging System

    3D imaging scanning offers numerous benefits – from greater convenience for patients to increased therapy acceptance. However, one of the most important aspect of 3D imaging scans is the ability to predictably perform guided implant surgery. If you can understand where your final restoration is going to be before you ever touch the patient, that’s a major improvement.
  • Is Your 2D "Just Okay"?

    An increasing number of orthodontists are embracing 3D Imaging — changing the way that they practice and the way they develop treatment plans. This technology significantly enhances diagnostic capabilities, improving the patients’ end result. In this article, we compare 2D vs. 3D imaging in relation to Orthodontics.
  • How to Know: Is Now the Time to Add Sleep Medicine to Your Dental Practice?

    26% of adults suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, and 80% are undiagnosed. Roughly one in four patients dentists see today may have this potentially serious sleep disorder and many are unaware of it. Dr. Daniel Klauer presented on how to know when the right time to add sleep medicine to your dental practice. Read More and Watch the Webinar!
  • Digitally-Driven Dentistry: Using Advancements in Science and Technology to Deliver Restorative Excellence

    Digital technologies are changing how clinicians offer therapy to patients. The incorporation of these innovations allow for more ease, less time to teeth, and more predictable outcomes. From diagnosis and design to execution of treatment protocols, the use of technology pervades all aspects of the treatment workflow. Join Henry Schein Dental along with featured speaker,
    Dr. Sundeep Rawal, to learn the benefits of incorporating intraoral scanning, 3D imaging, and innovative software to diagnose, treatment plan, and deliver predictable restorative therapies to enhance patient care. Watch Now!
  • Cone Beam CT: Comparison with 2D Imaging and 3D Applications

    Join dental radiologist and professor Dr. Heidi Kohltfarber for an in-depth discussion on 2D and 3D imaging, including a comparative review between 2D and 3D technologies, diagnosing capabilities, and ability for general dentists to do procedures in-house. Dr. Kohltfarber also compares the financial impact of 2D and 3D imaging, including the initial investment and the income opportunities associated with bringing more 3D imaging-enabled procedures in-house. Watch Now!
  • Step-By-Step: How I Added Implantology to my Practice

    Join Justin Moody, DDS to learn about his transition from a general dentist to one of the prominent implantologists in the US. He’ll share with us step-by-step how he initially decided to incorporate implantology, navigated the educational process, managed staff throughout the change, adopted key technologies and products, and how this transformed his practice over time. Watch Now!
  • Moving Beyond Hygiene and Fillings - Imaging Assessment to Improve Patient Outcomes

    The practice of dentistry has expanded beyond hygiene and fillings – giving dentists new opportunities to improve patient care. Many leading-edge practices are investing in 3D CBCT technology to perform early screenings, leading to more positive patient outcomes and keeping bigger issues at bay. Learn how to provide more positive patient outcomes with 3D imaging assessments. Read More...
  • The Value of High-Definition Cameras for Today's Dental Practice

    It took approximately 15 years, but high-definition (HD) technology, commercialized by network television and satellite TV providers, has been adopted for use in dental intraoral cameras. HDTV is watched daily on Air/Cable/Streaming/Satellite television, but only recently has that dramatic increase in picture quality translated itself to intraoral cameras. Read More...
  • See More. Treat More. 3D Imaging: Orthodontists

    Orthodontists have slowly been adopting cone beam technology for treatment planning and post-analysis of orthodontic results. It provides more information than a 2D X-ray to predict growth and make decisions that affect not just the alignment of the mouth and teeth but other anatomy. How does 3D imaging enhance Orthodontics? Read More...
  • See More. Treat More. 3D Imaging: Periodontists

    In the field of periodontics, doctors diagnose and treat their patient’s teeth, supporting structure, and gums. The cone beam allows early diagnosis of issues around the tooth and its supporting bone and ligament structures that are not always seen by traditional 2D X-rays. How does 3D imaging enhance Periodontics? Read More...

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